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Abimbola Llo, Lens Manufacturer – Nigeria

Abimbola runs a business in Lagos manufacturing high quality optical lenses. He says the only way Africa can get out of the poverty trap is through investment in the manufacturing sector. Yet he’s finding it tough to keep his business competitive as the power and water supplies he needs are unreliable. Abimbola believes that if the debt was cancelled, the Nigerian government could concentrate on building a better infrastructure so his company can at least have the basics.

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