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Uzoma Dozie

21 May 2019
Uzoma Dozie, Partner at Black Knights says the difference between China and Nigeria is that the regulator in China has allowed technology to drive the country’s objective. He said this while speaking to CNBC Africa's Wole Famurewa on the need to develop Nigeria’s digital future by leveraging on technology.
1 Apr 2019
Uzoma Dozie, Managing Director and CEO of Diamond Bank says the bank was caught up in an economic depression, especially oil prices which impacted its oil and gas books five years ago.
5 May 2017
Building capacity in small businesses is key to creating inclusive growth in Nigeria. Uzoma Dozie, CEO, Diamond Bank discusses what the bank and government have done to grow this sector.

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