Where is Africa's youth leadership?
According to the British council study, by 2030, 40% of Nigeria's population will be under the age of 14.
Indeed Africa's population is getting increasingly younger. But with high unemployment rates, rising poverty levels and deteriorating standards in education to contend with, are they up to the task of leading the continent?
How pro-active are the continent's young people in pushing for change?
If you are a young person in Africa, how active are you in making change happen?
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