Nigeria ranked 3rd among the worse countries in global world index
At the inaugural Chandler Good Government (CGGI) Index launched on Monday April 26 in Singapore, Nigeria was ranked the third-worst in global good governance index. The index measures countries on the scale of 0 being the lowest to 1 being the highest. Rating on 0.319, Nigeria was ranked 102 out of the total 104 countries that was measured based on effectiveness and capabilities in over 90% of the world’s population.
The index uses 34 indicators, which are organised into seven pillars: leadership and foresight; robust laws and policies; strong institutions; financial stewardship; attractive marketplace; global influence and reputation; and helping people rise.
Finland came tops with 0.848 points ahead of Switzerland and Singapore, while Zimbabwe was Nigeria’s runner up followed by Venezuela at the bottom of the log.
Mauritius came in on 38th position with 0.5670 points and has the highest score from the African continent.
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