The Most Income Equality in Abuja
World Census boffins calculated the difference in incomes between the richest and poorest citizens, where a score of 50 would mean that poor incomes are 50% of rich incomes.
As a region, Abuja is ranked 16,940th in the world for Most Income Equality.
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