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Africa's prosperity lies in natural resources- Prof. Osibanjo 

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Africa has the potential to resolve developmental challenges through renewable energy by pursuing a pathway of climate-positive growth.

The former Nigerian Vice President, Professor Yemi Osibanjo, states that Africa's low carbon footprint can be an advantage in developing green fuel and clean energy.

Africa has 60% of the world's renewable energy potential.

By pursuing an industrialization pathway focusing on renewable energy, Africa could become the first green civilization hub in the world.