This is how Islamic Finance is gaining traction and changing attitudes in Nigeria

Islamic Finance instruments are gaining ground in Nigeria with the Debt Management Office (DMO) of Nigeria listing a second N100 billion Sukuk bond this year. But perception issues still exist on Islamic finance instruments. To discuss how best to change the attitudes to Islamic finance in the country, Adeola Sunmola, Partner at Udo Udoma & Belo Osagie and Ummahani Amin, Managing Partner at Metropolitan Law firm join CNBC Africa for more.

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