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Lagos Named The World’s Third Worst City To Live In – EIU

Nigeria’s commercial nerve city, Lagos is the named as the world’s third city to live in, according to 2018 report of Economist Intelligence Unit ( EIU ).

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The Economist Intelligence Unit revealed the ranking of the most comfortable cities in the world. Lagos was named 138th out of 140 countries.

With as little as 38%, the Nigerian city was just slightly higher than the war torn Damascus of Syria and Dhaka of Bangladesh. Both cities are environments of  violence, war and destruction.

With the 2018 ranking, Australia’s city, Melbourne lost the title of the most liveable city in the world after becoming second by only 0.7%, according to Premium Times NG.

According to the report, there was no much surprise that Damascus continues to deteriorate at the lowest with the overall score of 30.7%, it was however followed by Bangladesh’s capital Dhaka and Nigeria’s commercial nerve, Lagos.

Last year, Lagos was named the world’s 2nd worst city to live in after Syria’s war-damaged capital, Damascus.

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