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    Power Supply: 650m Africans Live Without Electricity – AfDB

    The African Development Bank, says that no fewer than 650 million Africans currently live without electricity.
    The Bank’s Director, Communication and Media Relations, Victor Oladokun,  said this while welcoming African Journalists on a Media Tour to Saemaul Undong Model village project, in Yamoussoukro, Cote d’Ivoire.
    He said that Africa by 2050 would have a population of close to two billion people, a population of China and India put together.
    Oladokun, added that about 90 per cent of the people living in rural areas in Africa live in darkness.
    He said that the continent needed  to work hard to be able to manage the population with the basic needs.
    He noted that the bank had five key areas of focus to ensure effective development of the region.

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