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Nigeria ranks eighth in happiest African countries



Nigeria has been ranked eighth in the list of most happy countries in Africa according to the 2023 World Happiness Report.

As of March 2023, Finland is the happiest country in the world for the sixth consecutive time.

In Africa, Mauritius emerges as the happiest country on the continent, boasting a happiness score of 5.902. Its extremely happy landscapes and diverse culture undoubtedly contribute to this high ranking.

Algeria is a close second, with a score of 5.392, reflecting a sense of well-being prevalent in North Africa.14 Oct 2023.

The World Happiness Report is a report by the United Nations that measures national happiness.

The Data is primarily from the Gallup World Poll and based on respondent ratings of their own lives.

Here is a list of most happiest African countries:

1. Mauritius

2. Algeria

3. South Africa

4. DR Congo

5. Guinea

6. Côte d’Ivoire

7. Gabon

8. Nigeria

9. Cameroon

10. Mozambique

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