Boosting agribusiness in Nigeria

The Governor of the Nigerian Central Bank, Godwin Emefiele, plans to boost the contribution of the non-oil sector to Nigeria’s GDP with a 500 billion naira export stimulation facility and a 50 billion naira Direct Intervention Fund from the Nigeria Export – Import Bank. Eze Nwakanma, Sector Lead of Agribusiness at Union Bank, joins CNBC Africa to discuss how the country can be more efficient in financing agribusiness.

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