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How Nigeria’s telecoms industry is responding to COVID-19

By CNBC
01 April 2020   |   1:02 pm
The Central Bank of Nigeria says Non-Performing Loans in the banking industry moderated to 6.54 in the February from 6.59 per cent in January. David Adu, Senior Analyst at Meristem Securities joins CNBC Africa for a focus on Nigeria’s banking sector and telecommunication industry.

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