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This article investigates the implementation and practicality of the Africa 2063 agenda, which is seen as Africa's roadmap and grand plan for transforming Africa into a future global superpower. Agenda 2063 includes not just Africa's Future Aspirations, but also critical Flagship Programs that may increase Africa's economic development and growth while also contributing to the continent's rapid change. The African continent is rife with problems that both current and previous governments have failed to solve. To mention a few, these issues include poverty, malnutrition, bad health care systems, low living standards, poor infrastructure, political instability, and weak economies characterized by low economic development. It cannot be contested that the Africa 2063 agenda is a critical strategy embraced by African Leaders to build a better Africa for its residents, and if executed effectively and efficiently, it has the potential to alter the African continent.


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