Nigeria Is The 5th Most Dangerous Country In The World 2017 According To World Economic Forum

Nigeria Is The 5th Most Dangerous Country In The World 2017 According To World Economic Forum

Nigeria was ranked 5th in the list of the most dangerous country in the world for 2017 by The World Economic Forum, WEF.

The ranking is part of WEF’s biennial tourism report with one section focusing on safety and security.


136 countries were ranked and Nigeria was the 5th most dangerous based on violence and terroristic attacks by Boko Haram, and other security issues currently faced in the country.
Finland was named the safest country in the world while Colombia was listed as the most dangerous.

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See the full list of the Top 10 most dangerous countries in the world (compiled by WEF) below:


1. Colombia

2. Yemen

3. El Salvador

4. Pakistan

5 Nigeria

6. Venezuela

8. Kenya

9. Honduras

10. Ukraine

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Nigeria is saddled with so many security problems. Aside from Boko Haram, there armed Fulani herdsmen causing chaos all over the country, communal clashed on the rise, cult and ritual killings, kidnap and militancy all over South Nigeria. It is a bad thing, and the Police force in the country can't seem to come up with modern innovations to curb these insecurities. 

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