More than 50% of Africans are under 25 years of age - AB TAK NEWS


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Saturday, 16 May 2020

More than 50% of Africans are under 25 years of age

More than 50% of Africans are under 25 years of age

Africa has 54 countries and a non-autonomous region, Western Sahara. The African continent is the oldest populated region in the world. Arabic is spoken by 170 million people in the African continent, followed by English (130 million), Swahili (100 million), French (115 million), Berber (50 million), Hausa (50 million), Portuguese (20 million). And Spanish (10 million) have popularity. More than 25% of all the world's languages ​​are spoken only in Africa and over 2,000 recognized languages ​​are spoken on this continent.

Africa is the second most populous continent with approximately 1.1 billion people or 16% of the world's population. More than 50% of Africans are under 25 years of age. The population of the continent is expected to more than double to 2.3 billion by 2050. Africa is the poorest and underdeveloped continent in the world, accounting for only 2.4% of the global GDP. About 40% of adults in Africa are illiterate - two-thirds of them are women. Africa is the second largest continent in the world, covering an area of ​​about 30 million square kilometers. The Sahara is the largest desert in the world and is located in the African continent. Africa is the hottest continent in the world where 60% of the land surface area is surrounded by desert and dry land. Africa has about 30% of the remaining mineral resources of the Earth.

Nigeria is the fourth largest oil exporter in the world, and Africa's largest oil producer produces around 2.2 million barrels per day. Africa's top 10 oil producers in order of total exports: Nigeria, Algeria, Angola, Libya, Egypt, Sudan, Equatorial Guinea, Republic of Congo, Gabon, South Africa. The continent has the largest reserves of precious metals, with over 40% gold reserves, over 60% cobalt, and 90% platinum reserves. More than 90% of the soil is unsuitable for agriculture and only 0.25% of the soil has low capacity for medium to permanent farming. The variability of rainfall is very high - from 0 mm per year in the Sahara to 9,500 per year per year near Mount Cameroon.

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