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Harnessing Nigeria’s creative industry for growth

By CNBC
17 March 2017   |   10:31 am
The presence of talent in Africa has never been in question. So how best can Nigeria's creative industry harness this raw gift to achieve its full potential? Vector tha Viper a Nigerian Recording Artiste joins CNBC Africa for more.

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