If you’re tired of Nigeria, here are the best 5 African countries to relocate to.
The truth is that Nigeria is getting more and more difficult to live in. With rising food prices, insecurity, and the rising cost of living, it’s okay to think about leaving this country, but not everyone can ‘japa’ to Europe, Canada, or America.
Here are the best African countries you can live in:
Botswana, a small southern African country, has experienced high economic growth rates since 1966 due to its diamond wealth.
The official language is English, but the most widely spoken native language is Tswana or Setswana.
Rwanda’s economy, friendly people, great weather, and well-developed infrastructure entice immigrants and foreign investors and make it one of the best countries in Africa to live in.
Kenya, known for its wildlife and safari destinations, is also a hub for technology, commerce, and tourism.
Morocco’s proximity to Europe has led to a stable economy, excellent healthcare, and beautiful infrastructure.
The country has high-paying workers ensuring job security and contributing to its reputation as one of Africa’s best.
Nigerians can go to Ghana by road, it’s that close.
Plus, they share many languages, food and culture, they are sister-countries.
Ghana has also become a popular African American vacation destination.
It has a stable economy, gold, and well-educated people.
The United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network’s World Happiness Report employed statistical research to determine the world’s happiest countries.
The ranking takes a variety of economic, social, and environmental issues into account and provides insight into what makes a country a wonderful place to live.
Here are the top 10 happiest countries in Africa, Nigerian might consider relocating to:
- Ivory coast
- South Africa
Numbeo, a global provider of perceived consumer prices and other statistics, has researched the best African countries with the best quality of life index, and the research showed:
- South Africa
These are easy countries for Nigerians to migrate to. However, Nigerians should be wary of South Africa because of xenophobic attacks.
Also, the Egyptian visa is not so easy to get. At the end of the day, the top five are easy in terms of access and security.