Ghana is now the 7th happiest country in Africa according to a publication released by the World’s Happiness Report.
The World Happiness Report is published by the Gallup World Poll and Lloyd’s Register Foundation Sustainable Development Solutions Network. Every year, the organization sets a research team of experts to find out which countries are the happiest in observance of the World Happiness Day which is on March 20.
In the 9th edition of the World Happiness Report , published on March 23, Ghana ranked 7th happiest African country and in spite of COVID-19, with Mauritius coming in first and Libya, second.
In the report, Finland defended its title as the world’s happiest country for the 4th time in a row while Afghanistan ranked the unhappiest country in the world.