Africa Connected host Lee Kasumba has, over the past few weeks, crisscrossed Africa to explore the Continent’s many opportunities and immense potential for growth.
Kasumba has provided valuable insights into Africa’s markets, infrastructure, business environment, prospects and people.
- 'Traffic in Abidjan is orderly. People are calm; nobody is screaming'
On Monday, Kasumba provided a wrap of her travels in Côte d'Ivoire.
She discussed how Ivoirians have to wait, at least, for a month before a bank will grant loans such as those for a car.
Kasumba was blown away by the use of drones in agriculture in Côte d'Ivoire, and the integration of banking services in the region.
For a a detailed wrap of her travels; listen to the interview in the audio below.
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