A prospective Member Country/State may join the AFC by signing the Instrument of Adherence and ratifying its Constitutive Instruments, namely the AFC Establishment Agreement through its cognitive/constituent authority.
Membership & Shareholding
Member Countries may elect to make financial commitment/investment and become shareholders through their designated entities (e.g. Central Banks, Ministry of Finance, Sovereign Wealth Funds and State Pension Funds or development banks) at any time convenient to the member country.
Ratification of AFC Membership
- the Cabinet / Council of Ministers, and
- the National Assembly / Parliament / President.
Membership of AFC is open to all African states. We currently have thirty-three (33) member states:
- Nigeria*(Host Country)
- Burkina Faso
- Cape Verde
- Côte d’Ivoire
- Congo Brazzaville
- DR Congo
- The Gambia
- Sierra Leone
*Sovereign Shareholders of AFC
Benefits of AFC membership
Competitive financing for projects in member countries
Increased Investment Allocation to Member Countries
Access to Public Sector Advisory & Project Development Facilities
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