Why Islamic Finance Education Needs A Pragmatic Approach In Nigeria
#IslamicFinance is equity-based, asset-backed, ethical, sustainable, environmentally and socially-responsible finance. It promotes risk sharing, connects the financial sector with the real economy, and emphasizes financial inclusion and social welfare.
Despite the remarkable strides the Non-Interest Finance market is making in the Nigerian economy especially through the Sukuk bond, there is still a huge gap in Islamic Finance Education in the nation.
This edition of the Islamic Finance Weekly anchored by Bukola Akinyele-Yisau features Isiaka Halidu, an MSc student of Islamic Banking & Finance at Bayero University Kano .
He speaks on the Value of Islamic Finance Education in Nigeria, Job Opportunities for a Graduate in Islamic Banking, and Strategies for Nigeria.