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Five(5) Africa countries where women rush for men due to men shortage
There are 54 countries in Africa and only five countries have more women than men. Due to this, it will not be right for men to marry more than one in these countries.
In Ghana, there are over 400, 000 women more than men. This is the opposite of the following countries who have more women than men.
Eswatini which was formerly called Swaziland is a country in Southern Africa.
According to the World Population Review, the current population of Eswantini is 1,175,878. Out of this population, 100 females do have to ca
A scenic land of tall mountains and narrow valleys, Lesotho owes a long history of political autonomy to the mountains that surround it and protects it from encroachment.
It is ranked 31st in the world and 2nd in Africa with a female to male ratio of 106.182 to 100 men. 50.8% of the country’s population are women.
Namibia is a small country in the south of Africa. Based on the latest United Nations estimates, Namibia has a population of 2,642,907 as of July 2019.
They are ranked 33rd in the world’s female to male ratio index: 105.776 women to 100 men.
Angola is located in South-Central Africa. It is the seventh-largest country in Africa.
With a vast mineral and petroleum reserves and a booming economy, standard of living remains low for the majority of the population.
As of 2015, male to female ratio for Angola was 97.86 males per 100 females.
Between 1970 and 2015, male to female ratio of Angola declined at a moderate rate to shrink from 106.56 males per 100 females in 1970 to 97.82 males per 100 females in 2015.
However, in 2018, the female to male sex ratio increased slightly with 104.044 females to 100 males.
The country’s population of around 30 million has women making 51.44% of the population against the men, 48.56%.
Mozambique is one of the biggest countries in Southern Africa.
According to statistics, the female to male ratio is 105.051 to 100 men