Nigeria ranked 95th among world’s happiest countries

Nigeria ranked 95th among world’s happiest countries

Nigeria ranked 95th on a list of the world’s happiest countries, moving eight slots from last year .

Norway ranks as the happiest country in the world, according to The World Happiness Report 2017, which ranks 155 countries by their happiness levels.

Read also: NIGERIA RANKED MOST CORRUPT COUNTRY

Algeria maintained its lead as the happiest country in Africa, followed by Mauritius, while Libya is surprisingly ranked third ahead of Morocco despite the crisis in the country.

In the report, war-torn Somalia is Africa’s 5th happiest country ahead of Nigeria, which occupies the sixth position in Africa followed by South Africa ranked 7th.

Tunisia is placed at number eight; Egypt stands at nine and Sierra Leone in the 10th position.

At the bottom 10 are Republic of Benin, Madagascar, South Sudan, Liberia, Guinea, Togo, Rwanda, Tanzania, Burundi and the most unhappy, Central African Republic.

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