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Why Do They Say Russia is Similar With Nigeria?

Posted on December 6, 2016 by konst4

What can two very different countries have in common, even if they are located on different continents? Why have many people already compared these two different countries? If you look in more detail, it becomes clear that there are at least some similarities between Russia and Nigeria.


Russia: 146 million / Nigeria: 186 million

About the same number of people live in Russia and Nigeria. On the other hand, 40 million is, for example, larger than the entire population of Kazakhstan. But the difference is not so great in the scale of absolute numbers. Another thing is that the area for accommodation of this population itself is very different in these countries.

Quality of Life Index from the Economist Intelligence Unit

Russia: 5.31 10 / Nigeria: 4.74 of 10

The study used nine quality of life factors to determine an overall assessment of the country, including health, family life, work and other factors. By the way, from the 80 countries participating in the comparison, Nigeria took the last, 80th, place while Russia is 72nd, it is behind of Algeria, South Africa and even Venezuela.

International happiness index in the calculation 2009


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3 Responses to “Why Do They Say Russia is Similar With Nigeria?”

  1. Alain says:

    Welcome in Russky Mir. The paradise Russia wants to impose to Ukraine…

    • Ball Breaker says:

      Haha! Ukraine? You mean, the poorest country in Europe? That basket case has been way worse for decades, and it will remain so. That’s why all kinds of Ukros flee INTO Russia. You’re always welcome!
      And thanks for the laughs.

  2. Philip Jennings says:

    LOL. Russians have a sense of humor, but you seem very scared, “Alain”. Too bad you only have irrational fear, panic…. But we all can laugh about it.

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