Mo Ibrahim: Africa must be allowed to exploit gas in energy transition

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By Angus Chapman. Published on June 10, 2022

Commitments made at Cop26 to end fossil fuels financing would kick away the development ladder for millions of Africans, says the founder of the Mo Ibrahim Foundation.