Top 10 Fun Facts About The Very Unique People Called Nigerians
Nigerians or Nigerian people are citizens of Nigeria or people with ancestry from Nigeria.
Nigerians are a unique group of people, and here are some facts to prove it. From our love for education to our very odd beliefs, here’s a look at some fun facts about Nigerians.
1. One out of every Ten black men you see in UK and US is a Nigerian
This is no surprise though, considering the fact that US And UK Top List Of Countries Most Nigerians Abroad Reside In.
2. Our Love For Rice
Nigerians eat rice 10 times more than any other country in Africa
Only a Non-Nigeria would doubt this.
3. Nigerians Are Optimists
Despite having all the odds stacked against them, Nigerians are still the most optimistic people on earth.
4. Nigerians Are Also Happy
5. Nigerians Are Very Superstitious
More than 80% of Nigerians believe in ghosts, witches, some of us even believe in reincarnation.
6. Nigerians Are Educationally Minded
In an average Nigerian family, everybody has a college degree….
7. Nigerians Are The Most Connected On The Web In Africa
According to latest data from internet world stats, Nigeria has an approximated total of 98,400,000 Internet users, that is a whopping 50.5% of Nigeria’s population have access to the internet.
8. Nigerians Are The Second Most Deported People From The U.S.
Yes, currently Nigerians are the second most deported people from the U.S.
The number increased from 242 in 2016 to 312 in 2017. All thanks to Trump.
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9. Nigerians Have The Highest Levels of Education In The United States
According to U.S. Census data Nigerians have the highest levels of education in the United States, surpassing whites and Asians.
According to the data, 61.4% of Nigerian Americans age 25 and higher hold bachelor’s degrees (or higher) and 29% hold graduate or professional degrees.
10. Nigerians Are Hard workers and Hard Players
Nigerians work hard, and play hard. If you are looking for people who work so hard and never feel the pain, talk about Nigerians.