The Truth about Africa Immigration: Where do they Go?

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Did you know that there are more Europeans in Africa, than Africans in Europe?

In South Africa only, there are 6+ millions europeans. France which is the biggest European country with African immigrants has 4.5 millions Africans (more than 70% are from North Africa: Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia).

In Zimbabwe only there are more than half a million British and other europeans, which is about 25% of the 2+ million African immigrants in UK coming in from 55 countries!

Also, did you know that there are more Arabs in Africa than in the Middle East. And, there are more Indians, Pakistanis and Bangladeshis in Africa than in UK and all Europeans countries combined.

Africans welcome all those people without ever committing a Genocide or racist crime on them. In contrary, most of those immigrants have very good positions and social status.

If Africa have to chase Europeans , Asians back home, like some are talking about Africans in Europe, those who will suffer the most are the Europeans.

Contrary to what you hear on BBC, CNN, RFI (the West propaganda medias) Africans are not desperate folks seeking prosperity in Europe.

Europe needs Africa more than Africa needs Europe.

Now, What do you know about Africans migration?  Where do they come from, and what are their top destinations?

The world Bank estimates that Africa has about 30 million international migrants, but the size of its diaspora, including unrecorded migrants and second- and third-generation migrants, is significantly larger.

Regardless of the “poverty porn” of the western medias depicting Africa as a place of despair forcing its hungry and uneducated kids to  invade Europe, the reality is far from the truth. A recent data crunch by the awesome guys at Peoplemov.in clearly shows that not a single  African country is in the list of the world top emigration countries, But the vast majority of African migrants just go to another African country.

Though the recent years political crisis has made the country less attractive, Cote d’Ivoire still is the top destination in Africa followed by South Africa, Nigeria and Burkina-Faso. You can check below the data I’ve compiled from Peoplemov.in, with a complete list of African countries emigration data.

Here is the list of the world top 10 migrants destination, and the top 10 emigrants countries.

Internation-migration-data

 

Top destination countries in Africa

1. Cote d’Ivoire

Immigration-Cote-d-ivoire

 

2. South Africa

Immigration-South-Africa

 

3. Nigeria

Immigration-Nigeria

4. Burkina Faso

Immigration-Burkina-Faso

 

African Emigrants Data

(Where the citizens of the country go)

Algeria

Emigration-Algeria

 

Benin

Emigration-Benin

 

Burkina Faso

Emigration-Burkina-Faso

 

Burundi

Emigration-Burundi

 

Chad

Emigration-Chad

 

Cameroon

Emigration-Cameroon

 

Central African Republic

Emigration-Central-African-republic

 

Cape Verde

Emigration-Cape-Verde

 

Congo

Emigration-Congo

 

Congo Dem. Re.

Emigration-Congo-Democratic-Republic

 

Cote d’Ivoire

Emigration-Cote-D-Ivoire

 

Egypt

Emigration-Egypt

 

Eritrea

Emigration-Eritrea

 

Equatorial Guinea

Emigration-Equatorial-Guinea

 

Ethiopia

Emigration-Ethiopia

 

Gabon

Emigration-Gabon

 

Gambia

Emigration-Gambia

 

Djibouti

Emigration-Djibouti

 

Ghana

Emigration-Ghana

 

Guinea

Emigration-Guinea

 

Guinea-Bissau

Emigration-Guinea-Bissau

 

Kenya

Emigration-Kenya

 

Liberia

Emigration-Liberia

 

Libya

Emigration-Libya

 

Madagascar

Emigration-Madagascar

 

Mali

Emigration-Mali

 

Malawi

Emigration-Malawi

 

Mauritius

Emigration-Mauritius

 

Mauritania

Emigration-Mauritania

 

Morocco

Emigration-Morocco

 

Mayote

Emigration-Maayotte

 

Mozambique

Emigration-Mozambique

 

Niger

Emigration-Niger

 

Nigeria

Emigration-Nigeria

 

Namibia

Emigration-Namibia

 

Sao Tom and Principe

Emigration-Sao-Tome-and-Principe

 

Tunisia

Emigration-Tunisia

 

Tanzania

Emigration-Tanzania

 

Rwanda

Emigration-Rwanda

 

Senegal

Emigration-Senegal

 

Seychelles

Emigration-Seychelles

 

Sierra Leone

Emigration-Sierra-Leone

 

Somalia

Emigration-Somalia

 

South Africa

Emigration-South-Africa

 

Sudan

Emigration-Sudan

 

Togo

Emigration-Togo

 

Uganda

Emigration-Uganda

Zimbabwe

Emigration-Zimbabwe

 

Zambia

Emigration-Zambia

 

 

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About Mawuna KOUTONIN

Mawuna Koutonin is a world peace activist who relentlessly works to empower people to express their full potential and pursue their dreams, regardless of their background. He is the Editior of SiliconAfrica.com, Founder of Goodbuzz.net, and Social activist for Africa Renaissance. Koutonin’s ultimate dream is to open a world-class human potential development school in Africa in 2017. If you are interested in learning more about this venture or Koutonin’s other projects, you can reach him directly by emailing at mk@linkcrafter.com.

8 Responses to “The Truth about Africa Immigration: Where do they Go?”

  1. Ekundu Sekola Chane

    White people show us the bad things in African continent in order for them to go live overthere and we stay here in their poor country.

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