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80% financial inclusion and national goals that Nigeria failed to achieve in 2020

2020 will end within 48 hours, and with the exception of the last miracle, the three key national goals that Nigeria was supposed to achieve by the end of this year will be taken over or simply abandoned for new goals. Achieving these goals now has a number of implications for the Nigerian economy …

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80% financial inclusion and national goals that Nigeria failed to achieve in 2020

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