CNBC Highlights Entrepreneurship in Nigeria

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CNBC Rep interviewing Obinna Ekezie, CEO of Zeep Travel

There is no doubt that the interest in African investment has increased over the last couple of years, and with Africa being a very wide open market a good number of people have started opening and running successful businesses in Africa. CNBC highlights some entrepreneurs in Nigeria, and they discuss how they started, how the business is going, why they decided to run a business in Nigeria, and the obstacles they face. For those that are interested in doing things back home, this is a good view. Also check out CNN’s video on the growing job market in Nigeria.

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Nike Ogunlesi CEO of Ruff & Tumble

Obinna Ekezie – The former NBA Star returned home to Lagos to start Zeep Travel.

Wale Tinubu, Oando CEO

Ayodeji Megbope, No Left Over founder

Dambisa Moyo, author “Dead Aid: Why Aid is Not Working and How There is a Better Way For Africa.”

2 COMMENTS

  1. Very interesting videos. Unfortunate that they are all centered around Lagos which seems to be the only part of the country where things are picking up.

    • Well Lagos has always been the financial capital of Nigeria so it's only natural for things to pick up there first. Hopefully it creates an effect on other parts of Nigeria also

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