List of African Countries with Hardest Working and Laziest People


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List of African Countries with Hardest Working and Laziest People - African Entrepreneur Startup Project
Below is a list showing countries with hardest working people. The list also acknowledges countries with laziest people, Tanzania being one of them.
The research says countries with hardest working people have managed to survive even
during worst economic times. These countries also have millions of their countrymen and
women in Europe, USA, Canada and other developed nations.
Top of the list is Nigeria, which has extremely aggressive people. The country,despite being the most populous nation in the world,has managed to sustain itself for decades. Most people in Nigeria are entrepreneurs by nature.
Coming second is Kenya, which is some of the brightest people in Africa. Kenyans never give up
despite run away corruption and ethnic divisions.

The full list of hard working countries is as
follows
1. Nigeria
2. Kenya
3. Egypt
4. Zimbabwe
5. Libya
6. Somalia
7. South Africa
8. Morocco
9. Tunisia
10. Rwanda
11. Ethiopia

Laziest Countries in Africa
1. Tanzania
2. Burundi
3. Swaziland
4. Lesotho
5. Equatorial Guinea
6. Congo
7. Southern Sudan
8. Cape Verde

The research shows that countries with lazy citizens have stagnant economy. People here
wake up as late as 10 am and sleep as early as 6 pm. Where as countries with hardworking
people, individuals sleep as late as 12 am and wake up as early as 3 am.
The level of literacy in hard working countries is high while lazy countries have few literate
people.

List of African Countries with Hardest Working and Laziest People - African Entrepreneur Startup Project
Food crisis in Kenya: 5 signs of hunger I’ve never seen
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9-year-old Ejiem sits with the carcass of his favorite sheep, Merireng, in Turkana, Kenya. The East Africa drought has caused the death of many animals like Merireng. (©2017 World Vision/photo by Jon Warren)
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UPDATE: May 23, 2018
World Vision has been responding to the East Africa hunger crisis for the past year, reaching more than 3.5 million people facing food insecurity with clean water, food and nutrition support, healthcare, and more.
Now, while droughts have made it difficult for farmers and herders to produce crops and feed livestock, excessive spring rains are causing flash floods across drought-stricken areas, washing away crops and shelters.
Children are among the most affected, with their health and development drastically impacted. More than 15 million children in East Africa are struggling to get enough to eat while floods increase the risk of cholera and other water-related diseases for people living in temporary shelters with poor sanitation.
South Sudan, Somalia, and Ethiopia could be facing famine or catastrophic levels of food insecurity in various parts of their countries over the next few months. Turkana, Kenya, which had been monstrously impacted by drought last year, is one of the most affected by the flooding today.
This stunning blog post from exactly one year ago this week was our first glimpse into the crisis. A year later, millions have been helped, but millions more remain in need.
Food crisis in Kenya: 5 signs of hunger I’ve never seen | World Vision
 
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Tanzania tuna rasilimali kila pembe ya nchi. Nazenyewe zipo juu juu. Tunafanya kazi kwa nguvu ili iwe vipi??😂😂😂😂
 
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Tihiihihihhi Wadanganyika wanachemka kweli kweli.You are lazy and hungry and poor all in one.what a fate.........So no amount of distortion of facts will erase that reality.Poleni.
 
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Tihiihihihhi Wadanganyika wanachemka kweli kweli.You are lazy and hungry and poor all in one.what a fate.........So no amount of distortion of facts will erase that reality.Poleni.
Country with the most natural resources
Country with the best tourist attractions
Country with the most laziest people
Country featuring in list of the most poor

Yaani the list is long.
 
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Country with the most natural resources
Country with the best tourist attractions
Country with the most laziest people
Country featuring in list of the most poor

Yaani the list is long.
Don't forget witchcraft .Wanaongoza ulmwengu mzima. 92%
 
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List of African Countries with Hardest Working and Laziest People - African Entrepreneur Startup Project
Below is a list showing countries with hardest working people. The list also acknowledges countries with laziest people, Tanzania being one of them.
The research says countries with hardest working people have managed to survive even
during worst economic times. These countries also have millions of their countrymen and
women in Europe, USA, Canada and other developed nations.
Top of the list is Nigeria, which has extremely aggressive people. The country,despite being the most populous nation in the world,has managed to sustain itself for decades. Most people in Nigeria are entrepreneurs by nature.
Coming second is Kenya, which is some of the brightest people in Africa. Kenyans never give up
despite run away corruption and ethnic divisions.

The full list of hard working countries is as
follows
1. Nigeria
2. Kenya
3. Egypt
4. Zimbabwe
5. Libya
6. Somalia
7. South Africa
8. Morocco
9. Tunisia
10. Rwanda
11. Ethiopia

Laziest Countries in Africa
1. Tanzania
2. Burundi
3. Swaziland
4. Lesotho
5. Equatorial Guinea
6. Congo
7. Southern Sudan
8. Cape Verde

The research shows that countries with lazy citizens have stagnant economy. People here
wake up as late as 10 am and sleep as early as 6 pm. Where as countries with hardworking
people, individuals sleep as late as 12 am and wake up as early as 3 am.
The level of literacy in hard working countries is high while lazy countries have few literate
people.

List of African Countries with Hardest Working and Laziest People - African Entrepreneur Startup Project
Kenyani mnataka sana kujitekenya daa! Source ya taarifa hiyo ni kenya, alafu anasema research shows that........... na haweki citation ya hizo research ili twende kwa uhalisia. My conclusion hio stori ni fiction na mtunzi alikuwa anajifutrahisha
 

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