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Eme Essien Lore

8 Sep 2019
Amidst talks of a further divestment in Nigeria's power sector, International Finance Corporation's Nigeria Country Manager, Eme Essien Lore says the country needs a plan of action on how Discos can over time become financially sustainable. To discuss divestment, stranded power, and a failed social contract within Nigeria's power sector, Eme Essien Lore joins CNBC Africa's Christy Cole for more.

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