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    Obodo Ejiroghene Lucky [Chief Economist] Mr. Ejiroghene Obodo is an economist with over 15 years in Journalism, which cuts across Research and Data analysis. Mr Obodo, a graduate of Columbia University, New York City, with a Degree Journalism Graduate School Field Of Study Citi Journalism Seminar Ejiro was the Online Editor at BusinessDay Media, where he oversees the online editorial department. Proir to this Mr. Ejiroghene Obodo, also known as Lucky, served as a Senior Research Analyst at BusinessDay Research and Intelligence Unit. Prior to this, he was an Analyst at the firm. Ejiro has won series of International awards which includes the most coveted awards Citi Journalistic Award for 2013 See his professional profile listed on Bloomberg

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