Abuja - In a massive survey of thousands of people, the Pew Research Center recently uncovered what people across the world fear as the biggest global threat.
The results were far from unanimous, Huffington Post reports.
The survey gave participants five possible options: Religious and ethnic hatred, inequality, Aids and other diseases, nuclear weapons and pollution.
While the US and Europe fear inequality, Africans seem to be more focused on the dangers of Aids and other diseases, but not unanimously.
Unlike most other African nations polled, Nigerians were most concerned with religious hate and ethnic clashes.
The scale was tipped towards the threat of Aids by South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda and Kenya while Ghanians feared inequality the most.
Read more at Huffington Post.