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According to watchtutorials, Nigeria is a populous country located in West Africa and is the most populous country in Africa. As of 2021, the population of Nigeria is estimated to be over 206 million people, making it the 7th most populous country in the world. Nigeria’s population is diverse and consists of over 500 ethnic groups, including Hausa, Igbo, and Yoruba. The majority of Nigerians are Christians (50%), with Muslims (45%) being the second largest religious group. English is the official language of Nigeria but many other languages are also spoken throughout the country. The population growth rate for Nigeria has been steadily increasing since 1950 and currently stands at 2.6%. This rapid growth has been attributed to high fertility rates and declining mortality rates due to improved healthcare access throughout the country. With this growth rate, Nigeria’s population is projected to reach over 400 million by 2050. Additionally, urbanization has been a major factor in this population growth as more people move from rural areas into cities such as Lagos and Abuja seeking better economic opportunities. As a result of this rapid urbanization, many cities have seen an influx of people resulting in overcrowding and infrastructure problems such as lack of access to clean water or electricity. Despite these challenges, Nigeria remains a vibrant nation with a large youth population that can be harnessed for economic development if properly managed by its government. See ejinhua for Nigeria Population and Language.

Nigeria Political System, Famous People, Animals and Plants

Nigeria: Political System According to COMPUTERMINUS.COM, Nigeria is a presidential federal republic in the Commonwealth. The parliament is a bicameral system and consists of the House of Representatives with 360 members and the Senate with 109 members. The election takes place every 4 years, as does the direct election of the head of state. See… Read More »

How to get to Nigeria

Overview Nigeria is a country in Africa according to politicsezine. Despite Nigeria’s hundreds of miles of coastline, national parks and fascinating historical sites, it hardly attracts any tourists other than visitors interested in petroleum. Nigeria’s greatest asset – its indigenous and religious wealth – has also proved to be its greatest problem in numerous bloody… Read More »