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Capturing Nigeria’s unbanked

By CNBC
23 April 2019   |   3:27 pm
In 2018 EFINA launched its Fintech Challenge Fund which seeks to develop and deploy innovative solutions to expand financial inclusion in Nigeria. Dayo Ademola, Head of Innovation at EFINA joins CNBC Africa to discuss the progress of the fund and assess Nigeria’s strategy to bank the unbanked in Nigeria.

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