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Monday, March 20, 2017

Nigeria Ranked 6th Happiest Nation In Africa

Despite the economic recession, Nigerians are Africa’s sixth happiest people, according to a new report released on Monday that called on nations to build social trust and equality to improve the well being of their citizens.




Algeria leads the rest of Africa in happiness, followed by Mauritius. Strife-torn Libya is surprisingly ranked third, ahead of Morocco. And even a bigger surprise, another crisis-torn nation, Somalia is Africa’s fifth happiest country ahead of Nigeria and South Africa, ranked 7th. Tunisia is eighth and Egypt ninth, while Sierra Leone is tenth.

At the bottom ten are Benin, Madagascar, South Sudan, Liberia, Guinea, Togo, Rwanda, Tanzania, Burundi and the worst of them, Central African Republic.

Edited from NAN



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    1. How do you even put "Nigerians" and "happiest" in the same sentence? Take a drive down the road and see hard faces everywhere you turn, please gerarahere with that

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    2. If I hear, another jumped inside lagoon today again. Ha ana akogheri

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    3. Bad as it seems, Nigeria is a complete comic country and our comedy do relieve us from the oppression and hardship. I ain't surprised.

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  2. Libya and Somalia ke?
    Make dem check who write this report, may have jst sniffed smth

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    1. I prefer if they give us another award. This is very annoying. With the hunger?

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  3. No be lie. We cannot come and kill ourselves and die troweh for nothing

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  4. Any president that can't end economic recession in his country, is that one a president? NO, he is not a president but buhari onye mbuhari

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  5. God bless Nigeria, even with all the happenings making round we still find a way to turn it into a joke, suffering and smiling is what we call it, but for how long?



    Long live SDK

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  6. This one is true.. Despite the troubles and recession, we still find reasons to laugh and continue living!
    We are blessed like that

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  7. Thanks to our motto:E go better and suffering and smiling.

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  8. Who told them so? Who compiled the list? Did they ask us the masses? Ha jukwaram aju?

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  9. Happy kwa😨😨😨😨😨It's as if these people want to be unfortunate. Is it bcoz of the memes and jokes that we make just so we don't fall into depression, that makes them think we are happy?? Pls o

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  10. Not anymore............
    So much hunger in the land......
    People are so aggressive this days.
    Any little thing,they will flare up. Even on this blog.

    In a taxi returning from work, around that presidential junction a hawker selling biafra jairation songs came to sell his cd, I jokingly asked him "na u sing am? I wan buy the one Wey u sing" omo..the guy provoke o, he said "this motor u enter na your own, the house u dey go na u build am, even the cloth u wear, na u sew am?naso una go dey talk nonsense" the diver added,abeg no mind that girl, give me one jare. I just tire, till I got home, I kept wondering to myself what I said wrong.

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    1. Im sure ur tone WS dripping wf sarcasm when u asked hence d provoked response

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    2. Lol, iwe di na obodo, ma chi. Ppl just dey provoke anyhow

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    3. I agree Becky. The Nigerians I encounter on the road are aggressive and restless. But I get their point though.

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    4. Lol. Matters arising!!!

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    5. Thank God they guy didn't slap you see para ooo untop simple question.

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  11. Where did they take this statistics. They should go to Bornu and find out if they are happy people or is it because it is Lagos where we laugh at meme of people

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  12. Who did this research.....happy people ko,happy ni...for this recession....things like this na make vuhari thinks he is trying. Long hiss

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  13. yea thanks to crazeclown and krakstv




    #GODWIN™

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    1. Don't develop the mentality of begging,it will leave you retarded,underdeveloped. Strive to work for anything you get,
      Why don't you say,somebody pls help me with work or idea that can fetch me that amount to complete my school fees before a stipulated time.
      What happened to your parents? Or guardian. How have you been coping?
      How will you pay the next school fees?
      Or would you rather drop out of school to learn a skill with what you have?
      Learn to make use of your brain. Don't be a beautiful beggar without brain.

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  15. THIS IS A BIG FAT LIE

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  16. Iffa hear. Suffering and smiling, is that one happiness.


    Y'all should employ Thin Tall Tony to carry out this research again. He's a professional researcher. I'm not buying this.

    Hehehehe.

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  17. This research must have been done before Buhari came into power. They just added recession to it to make their notion sell. Go to the market on any day, stand like a spectator, look at the faces of both the buyer and the seller. It's no longer suffering and smiling but aggression from the seller and heavy groaning from the buyer.

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  18. Hmmmm, I don't think this research is true ohhh, because people can be so upset for little things

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  19. Nigerians are not happy oo, its a case of suffering and smiling.

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  20. I'm surprised Ghana is not first 10

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  21. With all the suicides?

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  22. Hahahhahahah, una must collect the 6th position oo

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  23. Nigerians are no longer happy o. The time for suffering and smiling has passed. If you're in doubt, go to public places like banks and see how the customers pour their frustrations on the CSOs. Enter public transport and see how people are carrying the condition of the nation on their faces.
    So please the bulk of Nigerians are not happy. The few who are happy are those who have looted us blind and those doing well.
    It's understandable that Nigerians are not happy because they have suffered for too long with no respite in sight, except the glimmer of hope that some of us are still holding on to. In the news, you read about the billions and billions that individuals are stealing so blatantly and you begin to wonder why some of these monies were not injected to revive the economy and develop our infrastructure.

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  24. Please ladies, when next a guy slaps you, get something and whooze him. He's be too dazed to do anything else. I still can't wrap my head round the fact that a grown man would have the liver to beat up a grown woman. Na wah o.

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