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Nigeria is a country about twice the size of California located on the West Coast of Africa and is named after the river Niger which flows through it.
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Nigerian women looking and seeking for men is a global issue according to survey, the rate of delivery of men is lower than that of women hence the scarcity of men.
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Unfortunately that prosperity does not help the vast majority of Nigerians; as with many African nations there is a dizzying divide between the rich and the poor.