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What if All Nigerian States Became Independent Countries.
What if All the 36 States in Nigeria became independent Countries.\nHello Displorers, welcome back to another interesting video and thanks for watching. Have you ever wondered what will become of Africa if all the 36 states in Nigeria became independent countries, What will these states look like as New countries and what impact they will have on Africa as a continent. Before we proceed let’s make one thing clear, There is a high chance that this might Never ever happen because the Nigerian 1999 Constitution states in its Preamble that “We the people of the Federal Republic of Nigeria Having firmly and solemnly resolve, to live in unity and harmony as one indivisible and indissoluble sovereign nation under God, dedicated to the promotion of inter-African solidarity, world peace, international co-operation and understanding. So this is just fun video to spark your imagination and perhaps show the strength of Nigeria as a united country.\nNigeria is currently the largest country in Africa by Population with over 200 million people. Being a federal Republic , it has 36 federated states which is the highest in Africa, Despites the fact that the country has a large population, it is the 14th largest country in Africa be surface area. However some of its states are more powerful than most sovereign countries in Africa in the grand scale of things. so what if all the states in Nigeria separated today to form new independent countries, What will these new countries look like considering their current data and how will it affect the rest of the continent.\nIf you are new here welcome, Be sure to subscribe and turn on Notification so you don’t miss any of our videos.\nThis Video will be based mainly on the current data of each state, we know a lot of things might change should this states become independent countries especially when it comes to military strength and Diplomatic ties. So lets just play with the current data and see how it goes.\nTo begin with the number of Countries will increase from 54 to 90 which is insane. Both the African Union and Ecowas will have to increase its seats to accommodate the new members, The reason we mentioned Ecowas is because all the New Countries will be in west Africa so it will only make sense that they join the Economic community of west African states. Now dive into more details\nPopulation \nThe population of Africa will not be affected should these states split to form new countries because the population of these states are already included in the general population census of Africa, however, many African countries will loose their current ranking to these new countries. Lagos State which is currently the most populous state in Nigeria with about 22 million people will become the 19th most populous country in Africa and 58th in the world ahead of countries like Burkina Faso, Mali, Zambia, Senegal, Netherland, Belgium and chile , the second most populous state kano state with ab\nJust like with population, These new African countries will be larger than many already existing African countries. Niger State for example which currently has a surface area of 76.363km2 will be the 40th largest country in Africa, larger than 24 African countries including Sierra Leone, Rwanda, Djibouti, Burundi, Lesotho and Equatorial Guinea just to mention a few, Lagos state at 3.345 km2 will be the 5th Smallest country in Africa only ahead of Seychelles, Mauritius, Comoros and Sao tome and principe. Having a large population on a small piece of land , Lagos as a country will be over population and will beat Mauritius to become the most densely populated country in Africa and will occupy the 5th position in the world behind Monaco,Macao, Singapore and Hongkong with over 4.000 people per km2. Actually most of these new countries will have some the highest population densities in Africa, seven of these new countries including Lagos, Anambra, Imo, Akwa Ibom, Rivers, kano, Abia will beat Mauritius to become the most densely populated countries in Africa. Of the 36 states, only lagos, Rivers, Crosss River state, Ondo and Bendel State will have access to the ocean which implies the rest of the 31 states will be land lock countries.\nFlags\nShould the 36 Nigerian states spilt to form new countries, More than half of the states will have to change their flags because either they look exactly the same like existing flags from other countries or they look the same like flags from other states. Zamfara and Adamawa state currently have the same flag so both of states will have to change their flags because both flags look exactly like the former lybian flag. But one thing is for sure, both states will have the color green in their flag since both countries will be muslim dominated and green symbolizes the islam Religion. Nasarawa state
How to save lives in developing countries | Ziad Obermeyer | TEDxHarvardCollege
What are the top three causes of death for Harvard graduates? As it turns out, mental illness, extreme sports, and car accidents while traveling in developing countries. Ziad Obermeyer, an emergency physician, discusses how applying best practices in the emergency room in developing countries can drastically improve health outcomes–for locals and for visitors.\n\nZiad Obermeyer’s research applies traditional statistics and machine learning to study high-stakes clinical decisions: emergency diagnosis and treatment, predicting mortality, and end-of-life care. He is an assistant professor at Harvard Medical School and a practicing emergency physician at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital. \n\nThis talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx