The African City development office (Africa) is the Government of Africa’s development agency and the branch that oversees and oversees Africa’s major infrastructure projects.
This morning, it announced that the office is opening a new office in Abuja, Nigeria.
“The office is currently the focus of a three-year, $15 million, five-year strategic investment by the African Development Bank (ADB) to enhance its capacity and expertise to partner with governments, enterprises, community partners and private sector partners to support and advance African urban development,” the office said in a statement.
The office has been in existence since 2007 and has focused on building infrastructure, public transportation, and infrastructure for the health, education and development of urban Africans.
In its statement, the office highlighted the importance of infrastructure projects in African cities, and how these projects can provide the benefits that people in urban areas are seeking.
It said that the AfriArya project would also include infrastructure and social inclusion projects, such as a new bus system and a new park.
According to the office, Africa is a continent of 22 million people, which is a country that is home to more than one-fifth of the world’s population.
A lot of the African countries with the largest populations are urban, which has made it the second largest continent, after the United States.
Africa has some of the most advanced infrastructure in the world, and this is due in part to the economic, social and cultural contributions of Africans.
In 2017, the ADB announced it would invest $20 million in infrastructure projects, including roads and railways, to promote economic development in the African continent, and it is estimated that $50 billion will be spent in 2020.
Its aim is to expand the continent’s infrastructure and capacity to become a world leader in infrastructure.