Nigeria has been rated as the highest consumer of Marijuana in Africa by New Frontier Data, an analytics company specializing in the cannabis industry.
Naija News learnt that the new report on what African country consume marijuana the most has been revealed in the Global Cannabis Report: 2019 Industry Outlook.
The reports ranked Nigeria number one Africa in marijuana consumption with 20.8 million users followed by Ethiopia’s 7.1 million.
The report further ranks Egypt and DR Congo third and fourth with 5.9 million and 5 million users respectively.
In seventh place is Sudan with 2.7 million weed smokers followed by Madagascar’s 2.1 million users. Ghana has 2 million marijuana users.
Countries with the least number of marijuana users are Zimbabwe, Malawi, Niger and Zambia with 1.1 million, 1.2 million, 1.2 million and 1.4 million users respectively.
New Frontier Data notes that “the purpose of the report is to support operators and investors in guiding business strategy by providing a macro view of cannabis use and legalization trends globally.”
Egypt and DR Congo rank third and fourth with 5.9 million and 5 million users respectively.
Sudan, which is ranked seventh has 2.7 million marijuana users followed by Madagascar’s 2.1 million users. Ghana has 2 million marijuana users.
Source: Naija News