His father, Chief Adeyemi Lawson, was one of the founding fathers of the bank and part of a visionary group of West African businessmen and bankers who bucked the prevailing trend and saw a bright future in a pan-African bank that would not only cater to the needs of the indigenous communities but also act as a cohesive element within the West African economic zone.
What does WAEZ stand for?
WAEZ stands for West African Economic Zone
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It had become clear to West African leaders that there was strength in numbers, especially as the West African economic zone contained several small economies that were unlikely to make headway individually.