Lagos Ranked 30th Best City In The World

Lagos Ranked 30th Best City In The World

Lagos Ranked 30th Best City In The World

Lagos city with a population of over 21m people has been voted the 30th city in the world for quality of life.
The 30th spot is, however, the last place on the list of global cities which makes Lagos last on the list.

The result of the poll conducted by consultancy firm PwC conducted in December 2015, was released last year.

In the poll, the consulting firm asked people over the age of 18 who are considered ‘elite’ and ‘senior business decision makers or well-educated, high-income consumers who typically stay up to date with world events’.

London came first on the list, while Paris, New York and Amsterdam were second, third and fourth respectively. Lagos is at the bottom with Jakarta and Bogota. Johannesburg was ranked 23rd on the list.

You can see the full list below;

1. London

2. Paris

3. New York

4. Amsterdam

5. Sydney

6. Berlin

7. Tokyo

8. Toronto

9. Stockholm

10. Los Angeles

11. San Francisco

12. Dubai

13. Milan

14. Madrid

15. Chicago

16. Hong Kong

17. Singapore

18. Beijing

19. Seoul

20. Rio

21. Shanghai

22. Moscow

23. Johannesburg

24. Kuala Lumpur

25. Mexico City

26. São Paulo

27. Mumbai

28. Jakarta

29. Bogotá

30. Lagos

Lagos state has a housing deficit, estimated at 2.5M. This can be attributed to the state’s population, which is over 21M

According to Mr. Abiola Anifowose, the Commissioner for Physical Planning and Urban Development, the population presents a problem to the state.

“This status is not only challenging to housing provision, but exerts pressure on infrastructure in the state.

This administration is repositioning strategies of delivering decent and affordable housing units to the citizens of Lagos,” he added.

Speaking at the 2016 World Habitat Day, organised by the Ministry of Physical Planning and Urban Development in Lagos, Governor Akinwunmi Ambode highlighted the issue, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports.

Represented by his Deputy, Dr Idiat Adebule, this problem can be solved with the addition of 187, 500 new houses.

Olusegun Adeyemi

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