I agree somewhat with your assessment of the detrimental effects of Nigerians’ population growth, and especially the impact it has on their quality of living. It appears that your emphasis on population increases is consistent with the current circumstances. Robert Malthus agrees with you on this issue. He sees population growth as a barrier to economic and social advancement. Unat et. al. New Malthusian perspectives (2020) view overpopulation positively due to the good effects it has on stability of human capital. Population growth can be a source of resource depending on the country’s level of development. Large populations have been a key development factor in countries like India and China. Do you wonder how countries such as Canada, Russia, Dubai, and Canada are able to expand their populations in the long term? Overpopulation can be an asset, especially for states that are rapidly industrializing. Infrastructuring is one the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) for emerging nations like Nigeria. The nation may need its vast population to provide labor at an affordable price during the critical years of industrialization. Rawat (2020), which sees population growth in modern times as having enormous benefits for national development, has my support. Your idea is that Nigerian governments should prioritise improving the living conditions of citizens and reducing the inequality that affects millions of people.