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Which countries love Nigeria the most?

Answer

Love does not come without a cause. There are different reasons why a country might love another. In the case of Nigeria, the listed counties love Nigeria because of Business/Loans, oil exploration, education, military training, governance advisory, Military purchases and military training, Islamic affairs, medical tourism, entertainment, IT resources and tourist attraction.

According to ISO ‘Country codes’ standard, there are 249 countries in the world of which 195 of them independent and interdependent. Yes, countries are interdependent because they rely on other countries for supplying local demand and for selling local products. This interdependence is strong, and one nation’s actions often have consequences on another’s.

List of countries that love Nigeria:

  1. USA
  2. UK
  3. China
  4. India
  5. Saudi Arabia
  6. Japan
  7. Brazil
  8. Netherlands
  9. Benin Republic
  10. Israel
  11. Finland
  12. United Arab Emirates
  13. Ghana
  14. Canada
  15. France
  16. Cameroun
  17. Togo
  18. Germany

For example, Finland loves to welcome Nigerian students who are coming to study… When it comes to the easy European countries to immigrate to from Nigeria, Finland is on the top of that list. Next to Canada, Germany, The United States and Norway.

Germany is the are a second largest trading partner in Sub-Saharan Africa. In 2019, Germany exported US$1.2 Billion worth of goods to Nigeria. Top exports from Germany to Nigeria include Rubber working machinery and cars.

India and Nigeria enjoy warm, friendly, and deep-rooted bilateral relations. At present, India is Nigeria’s largest trading partner and Nigeria is India’s largest trading partner in Africa with a trading volume of about $16.35 billion in the years 2019-2020. India is one of Nigeria’s leading investors, with an investment base of about $20 billion.

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