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Nigerian property crash attracts brave investors betting for the long-term

Funke Okubadejo, real estate director for Actis, another South African private equity fund, said Nigeria provided “a compelling market opportunity”. Actis has completed two shopping malls in Lagos, another was completed in Abuja in December 2015 and ...

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