World Economic Forum Ranks Nigeria Fifth Most Dangerous Country In The World

In a list compiled by the World Economic Forum of the most dangerous countries in the world, Nigeria, the most populous black nation on earth was ranked 5th. Egypt in the north and Kenya in the east ranked 7th and 8th respectively, making up the three most dangerous countries in Africa.

The World Economic Forum surveyed about 136 countries in its biennial tourism report, with one section focused on safety and security.

At the top of the list was Finland which was adjudged as the safest country for not just citizens but also visiting tourist. At the bottom of the list was Colombia which was ranked as the least safe place in the world.

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The WEF examined security risks related to serious harm like violence or terrorism. According to WEF, Nigeria ranked 5th due to the activities of Boko Haram and Isis West Africa.

Here is the list of the top ten most dangerous countries in the world:

  1. Colombia
  2. Yemen
  3. El Salvador
  4. Pakistan
  5.  Nigeria
  6. Venezuela
  7. Egypt
  8. Kenya
  9. Honduras
  10. Ukraine

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