According to World Economic Forum on Africa, by 2030 one in five people will be African. Combine the continent’s soaring population with technology, improvements in infrastructure, health and education, and Africa could be the next century’s economic growth powerhouse.
Africa will account for more than half (54%) of the 2.4 billion global population growth in coming decades. The United Nations predicts that between 2015 and 2050, Africa will add 1.3 billion people, more than doubling its current population of 1.2 billion.
UNICEF predicts that 2 billion babies will be born in Africa over the next 33 years.
The overwhelming majority of Africans today have access to a mobile phone service, but less than two thirds have access to piped water.
The UN estimates that discriminatory gender policies in sub-Saharan Africa cost the region up to $105 billion each year, or 6% of its GDP.
All those facts and Figures above indicate that Africa is the Future, which means more are more investments are coming to Africa.