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The importance of bank credit to financing economic activity and development has been the subject of empirical analysis for decades. This paper contributes to the debate by evaluating the effect of bank credit on economic activity using a developing economy data. The study period ranged from January 2007 to December 2017. Estimates from descriptive statistics show that the economic activity and bank credit series are negatively skewed and peaked, with non-normal distribution. The resultsdoi:10.30585/jrems.v1i3.358 fatcat:lehqlrecuzdk5ogzmyo6syecti