Nigerian President Mohammadu Buhari shakes hand with Bill Gate (L) during the signing of the Abuja Agreement on Polio Eradication at the presidency in Abuja, on January 20, 2016. / AFP / PHILIP OJISUA
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Africa's richest man Aliko Dangote and tech billionaire Bill Gates Thursday announced plans for a $100-million scheme to cut malnutrition in the continent's most populous nation, Nigeria.Dangote said the partnership between his Dangote Foundation and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation would address the problem, which affects some 11 million children in northern Nigeria.US philanthropist Gates, who also met President Muhammadu Buhari, told reporters Nigeria's key resource was its young population.
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