Djibouti joins Africa Finance Corporation

Djibouti joins Africa Finance Corporation

July 30, 2016: Djibouti has become the newest member of Africa Finance Corporation (AFC), an international investment grade multilateral finance institution investing in key infrastructure projects across Africa.

Speaking from Lagos, Ali GuellehAboubaker, Minister of Investments in the Office of the President, expressed delight Djibouti had become a member of AFC, an international organisation with a proven track record in large-scale infrastructure investment.

He said the government of Djibouti was committed to proactively investing in essential infrastructure to drive economic growth and doing what they could attract international private investors to infrastructure investment opportunities.

"We look forward to working with AFC to deliver projects with real and positive economic and social impact across the country," said Aboubaker.

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