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Emmanuel Ijewere

19 Aug 2019
Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari has told the Central Bank to stop providing funding for food imports, a move that has raised questions about the bank’s independence. Bismarck Rewane, CEO of Financial Derivatives and Emmanuel Ijewere, Chairman of Best Food Farms (BFF) both join CNBC Africa for more.
6 Sep 2018
Despite the slow growth in Nigeria’s GDP for the second quarter of the year, the agriculture sector grew by 1.19 per cent year on year making it a major contributor to the country’s non-oil sector. Emmanuel Ijewere, Chairman Best Foods joins CNBC Africa to discuss the trends in the sector.
4 Feb 2018
Emmanuel Ijewere, Chairman at Bestfood farms joins CNBC Africa to address the issues that will impact Nigeria's agriculture sector this year.

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