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Global leaders and tech luminaries are optimistic that Africa’s youngest innovators can build the continent’s future prosperity. But much work remains to be done to ensure that the African workforce of tomorrow has the skills to succeed.

It is time for an entrepreneurial and knowledge revolution in Africa. Only a properly educated workforce and entrepreneurial class will have the skills and drive to thrive as new technologies change the nature of work, leisure, the environment, and society – and to tackle our continent’s most pressing challenges.

Read the entire article by Commissioner Aliko Dangote at Project Syndicate ›