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25 Mar 2021
“The economy will recover and as it recovers from the effect of the pandemic, I do see a period of some growth,” Toyin Adeniji, Executive Director of the BOI said in a chat with GuardianTV. She said the country has had time to “build some business-friendly policies” that will make Micro Small and Medium Enterprise (MSME) cluster.
28 Jul 2017
BOI partners with micro finance banks to Empower Micro Entrepreneurs.
12 Jul 2017
BOI promises to pay more attention to small businesses.
25 Jun 2017
Ogun SME's development - state disburses N600m from BoI revolving loans.
24 Jun 2017
BOI to provide N1Bn counterpart funding in Ebonyi state.
20 May 2017
BOI MD advocates effective corporate governance.
3 May 2017
BOI receives ICAN merit award.

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