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#throwbackthursday helps you to remember and look back at the things that have happened before. Here are 10 questions to help you remember some things. Leave your answer in the comment section below:

1. 10 years ago what were you doing in life?

2. What was your favorite toy when you were a kid?

3. Do you still own any VHS tapes or cassette tapes?

4. Name your favorite past childhood TV Show.

5. What do you wish was around today (like a food brand or toy brand) that isn't anymore?

6. What completely safe animal are you inexplicably afraid of?

7. What food could you not live without?

8. What interesting skill do you want to learn?

9. What’s the most random thing in your purse/wallet?

10. What blog or website are you embarrassed to admit you love?

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10 Interesting Facts About Nigeria

1. It is the most populous country in Africa
Almost 200 million people live here, which makes Nigeria one of the most populous countries in the world. By 2019, it is ranked as the 7th most populated country in the world.
The majority of the people are either Muslims or Christians with 50% and 40% of the total population.

2. Over 500 indigenous languages are spoken throughout the country
Nigeria doesn’t only have many people living within its borders, but it’s also multicultural. It’s also one of the most diverse countries in the world in terms of indigenous languages spoken regularly.

In total, experts estimate that more than 500 different languages are spoken. Some of the major languages are Hausa, Igbo, Yoruba, even though English serves as the official language.

3. Social Media is very popular in Nigeria
As one of the most industrialized African countries, perhaps this is not one of the most surprising facts about Nigeria, nonetheless, it’s interesting. About 75% of the total population uses social media regularly.
What’s unique for the Nigerian population is that the majority use a smartphone rather than a computer or laptop.

4. Home to the richest man in Africa
Aliko Dangote is a Nigerian businessman with a net worth of at least 10.6 billion USD. When Forbes listed the 100 richest people in the world, he was included on the list.
He was born in Kano and established The Dangote Group in 1977.

5. There are more than 250 Ethnic Groups
As you already know, there are many different languages spoken here, which makes sense when you realize that there are over 250 ethnic groups with distinct cultures and traditions.

6. Oil is one of the biggest exports of the country
Nigeria is a large producer of Crude oil with an average of 2,5 million barrels a day. They have a massive reserve of petroleum, and it plays a vital role in the Nigerian economy.

7. Lagos is the largest city, but it’s not the capital
Abuja is the capital of Nigeria. It was built in the 1980s and was planned to replace Lagos as the Nigerian capital even before it was built. It’s the country’s political and administrative center.

Abuja is one of the fastest-growing cities in the world with a population of around 6 million people in its metropolitan area. Lagos, however, is the largest Nigerian city with a population of more than 21 million people.

8. The movie industry is known as Nollywood
Nollywood is the nickname for the Nigerian Movie Industry, and it’s even bigger than Hollywood. It is estimated to be second in the world, only to Bollywood in India.
About 200 movies are produced every week, which means that Nollywood produces more than 10 000 movies per year!

9. The life expectancy is just 55.2 years
Life expectancy is generally lower on the African continent, and unfortunately, Nigeria is not an exception. The main reason for the low life expectancy is poverty.

Many Nigerians are poor and some of them die young due to diseases that could’ve been treated. Child mortality is also quite high. Some other reasons include toxic drinking water and diseases like cholera and malaria.

This is one of the sad facts about Nigeria, and while things get better for some Nigerians, the rapid population growth is expected to bring further problems for the poorest.

10. Nigeria is a member of the British Commonwealth
Lagos was invaded by the British in 1851 and became a British protectorate in 1901. The colonial rule lasted until 1960 when Nigeria finally attained its independence.

However, although it’s an independent state it remained part of the British Commonwealth, just like Canada, New Zealand, and Australia for example.

In addition to that, Nigeria is also a member of the African Union.

General Facts about Nigeria
If you’re looking for information, below are some more general facts about Nigeria such as total population, currency, highest point as well as national anthem and type of government.

Total Area: 923,768 km2 (356,669 sq mi)
Capital: Abuja
Total Population: 199,789,000
Continent: Africa
Demonym: Nigerian
Official Language: English
Currency: Naira (₦) (NGN)
Government: Federal presidential republic
President: Muhammadu Buhari
Highest Point: Chappal Waddi
Largest Lake: Oguta Lake
National Anthem: “Arise, O Compatriots”
Country Code: NG
Calling Code/Prefix: +234

Flag of Nigeria
The Nigerian Flag is characterized by 3 vertical stripes with white color in the middle, and green on either side.

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Happy New Week Everyone. The Holiday has ended and everyone is back to doing their daily activities. Whats your mood for today.

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