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Tony Elumelu

20 Jun 2016
He said Dangote’s cement has helped to deepen the market and the Nigerian economy.  
8 Jun 2016
According to Elumelu: “The private sector has the most capital to drive the economy and must take over the role that the government has wrongly assumed over years.”
30 May 2016
However, the CBN Governor, Godwin Emefiele, ruled out the possibility of restoring funding to the segment that is beset with difficulties, especially at this time of dwindled forex earnings.

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