Survey shows that Nigerians worried about insecurity, poverty more than COVID-19

Survey shows that Nigerians worried about insecurity, poverty more than COVID-19

- Many Nigerians are not really worried about the dreaded coronavirus pandemic

- According to a survey, people are concerned about poverty, insecurity among others

- The survey was conducted by Infotrak Research and Consulting for the year 2021

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A new survey has revealed that Nigerians are worried about five things more than the dreaded coronavirus pandemic which has killed over 1,300 people in the last nine months.

This was revealed in a poll conducted by Infotrak Research and Consulting.

According to the poll, only seven per cent of respondents expressed worry over COVD-19 than other issues in 2021.

Survey shows that Nigerians worried about insecurity, poverty more than COVID-19
Nigerians are more worried over insecurity than they are of the COVID-19 pandemic. Photo: @trafficbutter
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According to the survey, here are the things that Nigerians are worried about.

  1. Insecurity
  2. Unemployment
  3. Poverty
  4. Corruption
  5. High cost of living

25 per cent of people who responded that are living in the northeast say that their number one worry is insecurity, while only nine per cent in the southwest say insecurity is their primary worry

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Punch Newspaper reports that it showed that 16 per cent of those surveyed placed insecurity and crime as their major worry, while 14 per cent indicated that it was unemployment.

Meanwhile, had reported that Jonathan Vatsa, a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Niger state, asked the federal government and Arewa youths to leave Bishop Mathew Kukah alone over his Christmas message.

The fiery cleric's Christmas message has continued to generate mixed reactions from Nigerians both at home and abroad. gathered that Vasta, however, asked the President Muhammadu Buhari-led government to address the issues raised by Bishop Kukah in his message.

Meanwhile, had previously reported that an elder statesman, Alhaji Tanko Yakassai lent his voice to the growing agitation for an Igbo presidency in 2023.

It was reported that the northern politician said the southeast will have to work hard for the presidency as it will not be got on a platter of gold.

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