The decision by Nigeria's Central Bank to raise the loan to deposit ratio of commercial banks in the country might have started yielding positive results. It's now becoming easier for small medium enterprises to access banks and at lower rates. The apex bank raised the loan to deposit ratio in Nigeria to 65% last October in order to compel banks to lend to SMEs, retail, mortgage and consumers sectors. Here is Deji Badmus with more on that story.

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