Scientists predict that more than 125 million city dwellers across Africa will face a higher malaria risk from the Anopheles stephensi mosquito, a type of Asian mosquito quickly moving across the continent which is one of the few malaria mosquitoes that thrives in urban areas because of its ability to find clean water to lay its eggs. With experts from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine saying that the invading mosquito could drastically alter the location and movement of malaria in Africa Future Media News contacted Dr Richard Kamwi, the Africa CDC Champion and Ambassador of the Elimination 8 Initiative aimed at eliminating malaria in southern Africa by 2030, who said Africa is ready.