Demographics in Africa: Who will be the champion of 2100?

By 2100, our planet’s total population will be 8.8 billion, of whom more than a quarter will be 65 years of age or older, predicted the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) in 2020.
Another recent study, conducted by experts from the Statista portal, establishes a ranking of the countries that will be most populated around 2100. Their calculations are based on data from the United Nations, the German NGO DSW and the scientific journal The Lancet. , show that China will no longer be the most populous country on the planet.
Thus, the Middle Kingdom will be overthrown not only by India, but also by Nigeria, the current number seven in the ranking:
The study authors also note that the Chinese population, which is estimated at over 1.4 billion today, is expected to decline to about 732 million by the end of the century.
The United States will be in fourth place, followed by Pakistan. In addition, at least five of the ten most populous countries will be from the African continent (Nigeria, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia, Egypt and Tanzania).
Indonesia, currently fourth, will be in seventh place in 2100. On the other hand, Russia, Mexico and Brazil will no longer be in this top 10, say the researchers.

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