What Is The Current Youth Population In Nigeria

What Is The Current Youth Population In Nigeria
September 29
20:50 2018

Youth Population in Nigeria and Nigeria Current Population includes number of  citizens of the Federal Republic of Nigeria aged 18–35 years and that of adults aged 50-150 and above. Variance in the arrangement of events,dates or date of births in the order of their existence.


This index are used in defining youth and are addressed by members of the state in accordance to their particular society.Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa with one of the largest populations of youth in the world.

What Is  Current Nigeria Population Index

Nigeria as a country is made of both old and young men and women of various ages, according population index Nigeria population is believed to be 197 Million this put togather by an online population demographic ranker Worldmeters.info.

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The Nigeria Population (Live) counter shows a continuously updated estimate of the current population of Nigeria delivered by Worldometers’ RTS algorithm, which processes data collected from the United Nations Population Division.

The Population of Nigeria (1950 – 2018) chart plots the total population count as of July 1 of each year, from 1950 to 2018.

Current Youth Population In Nigeria

Out of over 197 million population of Nigeria, 33,652,424 out of the number are mostly Nigerian youths. Excessive mortality from HIV/AIDS results in low life expectancy in Nigeria. As a result, the median age is 17.9 for the youths and that of adults is 57 to 57 year this number is growing each day and also constituting a big of Unemployment deficits,  Nigerian youths are considered vulnerable in society because of the rapid pace of change they experience at this time in their lives.

A report published this week by the United Nations Population Fund shows Nigeria’s population has risen to 190 million. However, experts question why Africa’s most populous nation has made little meaningful progress in providing equality for reproductive rights. Sophia Adengo reports from Abuja.

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