INDEBTED AFRICAN COUNTRIES TO CHINA

From down to top, we will discuss about top 10 most indebted African countries to China. Without time wasting the list will be provided to you in this post.

MOST INDEBTED AFRICAN COUNTRIES TO CHINA: 10 and 9.

DR CONGO – 3.4 BILLION DOLLAR

Due to extensive forest lands, crisscrossing rivers, vast geography and low population density, the country faces the most daunting infrastructure challenge on the continent of Africa.

With the return of peace in the region, there has been improvements.

Meanwhile, urgent infrastructure is to increase the generation of power.

Subsequently, the country recently embarked on grading road construction. Furthermore, First African country to exchange mineral resources for loans

GHANA – 3.5 BILLION DOLLAR

A West African country not far from Nigeria. Its location provides a standard advantage for infrastructural development. Similarly, Ghana is setting a goal to providing enough scale of productivity, vast private sectors in operation and job creation in place.

MOST INDEBTED AFRICAN COUNTRIES TO CHINA: 8 and 7.

NIGERIA – 4.8 BILLION DOLLAR

Popularly known as the giant of Africa, Nigeria has advanced road, power supply, rail and several information & communication technology sectors.

It was the fastest growing economy in Africa, but currently facing economic hardship due to unbalance sharing of national budget.

Nigeria accepted Chinese Yuan as its reserved currency.

CAMEROON – 5.5 BILLION DOLLAR

A French-speaking African country, it has a poor scale of infrastructure that causes a retard economic growth in place.
Probably,China agreed to cancel part of Cameroon’s debt. Hence, it has an aim of improving its economic growth. Cameroon aim to strategize its agriculture, national roadway, telecommunication, solar energy and inclusive cities development project.

MOST INDEBTED AFRICAN COUNTRIES TO CHINA: 6 and 5.

ZAMBIA – 6 BILLION DOLLAR

Currently facing huge challenges, Zambia aim to anchor its full support in constructions of roads, hydropower stations, diversification of energy sectors, and modernization of airports.

Currently, China dominates the Zambian discourse after pumping millions of dollar into Zambian economy.

The country explored debt/asset swap. In addition, the country might be at the high risk of debt distress.

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NORTH SUDAN – 6.4 BILLION DOLLAR

The country’s population is scattered with only few significant growth noticed. Consequently, Its main challenge in increasing its infrastructure is mainly in waters resources and transport systems.

Certainly, other solution to the country’s infrastructural development is to encourage private-public partnership. Likewise, There is an undergoing process of written off country’s debt by China.

MOST INDEBTED AFRICAN COUNTRIES TO CHINA: 4 and 3.

REPUBLIC OF CONGO – 7.3 BILLION DOLLAR

The country has been playing a role in addressing its building capacity issues through public private partnership. As a result, this process will play a vital role in enhancing infrastructure services. Subsequently, it has been states that corruption played a role in the country’s debt issues.

KENYA – 7.9 BILLION DOLLAR

In 2016, Kenya marked the country with the greatest number of larger infrastructure in the whole east African region. While, the country has an extensive road network. There has been a deterioration in Kenya Railways services. Kenya’s main seaport is port of Mombasa serving a major role.
Even more, Kenya took the loan to finance infrastructure. Subsequently, corruption played its game in effects.

MOST INDEBTED AFRICAN COUNTRIES TO CHINA: 2 and 1.

ETHIOPIA – 13.5 BILLION DOLLAR

Seems like, Ethiopia’s infrastructure leading mark is in the development of Ethiopian airlines. Even more, The country has a strong power generation. In contrast, it has shipping lines that provide logistic services.

ANGOLA – 25 BILLION DOLLAR

Lost oil in repayment to debt despite being the second oil producer in Africa. Another, the country is having a problem in transportation network. Most noteworthy, lots of its paved road networks need repair. For the country’s economic development to be in full pace, road, railway and bridge are fundamental factors.

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Nigerian states Got Their Names – Guide

Nigerian States names in good breakdown. Nigeria is the giant of Africa. A land of Peace and Agriculture with wealth of oil. Nigerian states Got Their Names from different sources.

Nigerian states and Capital

First list of Nigerian states

1. ABIA
Abia, the first on the list of Nigerian states according to alphabetical order. Similarly, it is an acronym from the four main groups of people in the state since its formation in 1991. Aba Bende Isuikwuato Afikpo.
Similarly, the capital of Abia is Umuahia.

abia man with cultural heritage in Nigerian states

2. Adamawa
Adamawa, the second state of Nigerian states on the list according to alphabetical order is named after a warrior, Modibbo Adama Bin Ardo Hassan in the 19th century.
Hence, the capital of Adamawa state is Yola.

fulani lady from Adamawa state of Nigeria

SECOND list of Nigerian states

3. Akwa-Ibom
Akwa Ibom, being the third state Nigerian states according to alphabetical order is named after the ‘ Qua Iboe’ or ‘Kwa Iboe’ River.
Further, Uyo is the capital of Akwa-Ibom

Ini Edo from Akwa ibom of Nigerian states

4. Anambra
The state craft its name from a popular river in the area, Oma Mbala (Ànyịm Ọma Mbala).
Therefore, Awka is the capital of Anambra.

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THIRD list of Nigerian states

5. Bauchi
Bauchi, the capital of Bauchi get its name in three distinct versions:
Firstly, it means southern tops of Hausaland. Mostly referred to as Kasashen Bauchi, by olden days indigenes.
Secondly, It is named after Baushe. A famous hunter who settled before the 19th century.
Lastly, Bauchi means Slavery in another Hausa version

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bauchi tribe

6. Bayelsa
The mathematical notation is BA + YEL + SA = BAYELSA.
Certainly, a combination of the acronyms of three different local government areas structured out of Rivers State.
1. Brass LGA known as BALGA
2.Yenegoa LGA known as YELGA
3.Sagbama LGA known as SALGA.
The capital of bayelsa is Yenagoa.

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FOURTH list of Nigerian states

7. Benue
Benue state get its name after an old European corruption of ‘Binuwe’, the Batta word for ‘Mother of Waters’.
Further, the capital of Benue is Makurdi.

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8. Borno
Gotten from the Kanuris, the ethnic group alongside other major tribes occupy the state.
Therefore, Maiduguri is the capital of Borno State.

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9. Cross River
Cross River got its name from a River called Oyono or Cross River. Calabar is the main capital of Cross River.

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10. Delta
Delta gotten from the inflow of River Niger as it enters the Atlantic Ocean. Capital of delta state is Asaba.

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FIFTH list of Nigerian states

11. Ebonyi
Ebonyi is a version of ‘Aboine’, a river that bisects through Abakaliki, the state capital. The Eleventh state in alphabetical order.

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12. Edo
This state inspired its name from Benin people who dwell in the area had always referred to themselves as Edo or Iduu. Benin City is its capital.

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13. Ekiti
From origin, ‘Okiti’ is a term that is said to denote a settlement of many hills that later became ‘Ekiti’. Ado- Ekiti is the state’s capital. The thirteenth among Nigerian 36 states.

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list of Nigerian states

14. Enugu
The state is named in Igbo, “Enu Ugwu” which means “top of the hill” because of many hills and rocky terrain in the area. The state got its name after an anglicised version, Enugu.

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15. Gombe
Gombe is the dialect of Fulani language (Fulfulde) spoken in the area. In a clean states and capital tune by Nigerians; Gombe Gombe, same state and capital.

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16. Imo
Imo got its name from the popular river, Imo Mmiri. Well known, the capita of Imo state is Owerri.

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17. Jigawa
Marvelous, Jigawa state pinned its own name from its shining golden-coloured soil. Dutse its capital.

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18. Kaduna
In Hausa language, Kadunas is the plural form of crocodile. The name is in existence because of many crocodiles in the state. Kaduna is the capital.

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19. Kano
Kano state got its name from a blacksmith sourcing for ironstone who is from a tribe called ‘Gaya’. Same name given to its capital.

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Nigerian states NAMES

20. Katsina
The state’s name is from the wife of a popular local ruler known as Janzama. Her name was Katsina, same name given to the capital.

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21. Kebbi
From lot of sources, it has been said that Kebbi named after the Ka’abba in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. But the capital is Birnin-Kebbi.

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22. Kogi
Kogi derived from Hausa word for River, ‘kogin’.Lokoja is the state’s capital.

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23. Kwara

Nupes at the Northern border of the state often referred River Niger as River Kwara.
Also, Ilorin is the capital of Kwara State.

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24. Lagos
Former capital of Nigeria. Lagos get its name from Portuguese word for ‘lakes’. Consequently, the name is due to high numbers of lagoons and rivers within the area.

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NIGERIAN STATES AND CAPITAL

25. Nassarawa
Makama Dogo, founder of Nassarawa kingdom named the State.
Nevertheless, the name has a good meaning that is ‘victorious’.
Moreover, the capital is Lafia.

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26. Niger
This state gets its name after the River Niger.
So, Minna is the capital of Niger. Similarly, it has the same name to an African country.

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27. Ogun
The state is named after a river called Ogun River. Therefore, Capital of this state is Abeokuta.

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28. Ondo
Ondo state named after the settlers of the old Ondo Kingdom.
On the other hand, Akure is Ondo state’s capital.

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29. Osun
This twenty-ninth state according to alphabetical order of Nigerian states and capital, is also named after a river called the River Osun.
In addition, Oshogbo is its capital.

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30. Oyo
Old Oyo Empire inspired the state’s name.
In short, Ibadan is the capital.

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31. Plateau
Jos, the capital of Plateau get its name from the mispronunciation of the town ‘Gwosh’.
Consequently, the state was formally named after the picturesque Jos plateau.

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32. Rivers
Rivers State, as the name presides, get its name after the many water bodies present in the area.
Moreover, Port Harcourt is the capital of rivers state.

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33. Sokoto
Sokoto named in anglicized version of the Arabic word ‘suk’ meaning ‘market’ or ‘place of commerce’. sokoto

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34. Taraba
Jalingo is Taraba state’s capital.
Consequently, Taraba state get its name from a river called Taraba River.

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35. Yobe
River Yobe ‘River of Yo’ inspired the name of this state.
So, Damaturu is the capital.

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36. Zamfara
Named after Zamfarawa, one of the subdialect of Hausa group. So, Gusau is the capital.
In addition, it is the last of Nigerian 36 states.

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In conclusion, Abuja is the capital of Nigeria.

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Advantages of Google

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