Stella Dimoko Nigeria Ranks 91st In The World Happiness Day Report


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Thursday, March 21, 2019

Nigeria Ranks 91st In The World Happiness Day Report

In the World happiness day report,Data is collected from people in over 150 countries. Each variable measured reveals a populated-weighted average score on a scale running from 0 to 10 that is tracked over time and compared against other countries

. These variables currently include: real GDP per capita, social support, healthy life expectancy, freedom to make life choices, generosity, and perceptions of corruption.

As of 20th March 2019, Finland was ranked the happiest country in the world twice in a row.
The World Happiness Report is an annual publication of the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network. 
From Wikipedia


  1. Nigeria shouldn't be in the last at all. No one is happy in this country .

    1. Me dey happy o. Na you no dey happy. Keep your negativity and I keep my positivity.

  2. We should be 149th or 150th sef 😂 but God has been faithful to me and my family so who am I to complain?

    I just stumbled across an interview link on Twitter by a Journalist Joey Akan on the Ubi and Iyanya bruhaha. I had to use my hand to close my mouth. You see ehn if children keep pointing in a particular direction and crying, then know that what beat them is hiding there.
    Nothing kills the spirit faster than carrying someone like a bag of sand to realize that the individual is holding you like a pinch of salt.

  3. I am not suprised by the list.
    Nigerians has the capacity to endure any kind of hardship and still put up a smile. It is called suffering and smiling

  4. This is not correct, Finland that the citizens commit suicide per second because of their longer days of darkness.

  5. Nobody is happy in Nigeria. Na suffering and smiling we dey.

  6. Still we are is well.

  7. I read we moved up to 85 this year. 🤷🏾‍♀️

  8. USA no dey list o
    But Naija Sisis wan go abroad; Nepal, Palestine, Gabon 😊😊

  9. Stella, I don't see Germany in top ten. What is going on?

    I stopped reading or caring about these stats long ago because I never see black nations high up on anything. I think they put these studies out to stroke egos and make certain groups feel good. I do not believe them.


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