The Biggest City in Nigeria; It Economy, Population and Business Opportunities.

Nigeria is a country in West Africa and is often regarded as the Giant of Africa. It is an emerging economy in Africa and the most populous black nation in the world.

Nigeria is an African country on the Gulf of Guinea, West Africa. The country is regarded as the giant of Africa and it is the most populated black nation of the world.

The country is rich in mineral and natural resources.

Its citizens are ground breakers in different fields, talk of Sports, Art, Literature, Science and many other aspects.

Nigeria is not only known in Africa but also a nation to reckon with on the global stage.  There are 36 states in Nigeria, with over 200M population, having over 250 ethnic groups with Hausa, Yoruba, and Igbo being the most popular ones. Because of its diverse ethnic group, there are over 500 languages spoken in Nigeria. Nigeria’s economy makes the country a home point for investors within and outside the continent.


You might have had an argument or heard people argue about which cities is the largest in Nigeria. This post is to explore the biggest city in Nigeria with proves to support it. 

Without much contention, Lagos is the biggest city in Nigeria. The city is located in the western part of the country, at the bank of the Atlantic Ocean. The state is arguably the most popular state in Nigeria. It is also regarded as the economical capital of Nigeria and West Africa at large, as it attracts investors within and outside the continent due to her numerous opportunities.


The state has over twenty-one million population, this stats is not surprising because the state offers major opportunities for market growth, from technology to entertainment. It also house headquarters of many big companies.

Funny enough, It is where people often think of when they refer to Nigeria.

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