Rwanda, Algeria, Safest Countries in Africa

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Rwandan president Paul Kagame greets supporters during campaign in northern province. Rwanda has been ranked among the safest countries in the world that provide conducive atmosphere to people who walk alone at night.

A new report by to a new Gallup Global Law and Order report said that Rwanda and Algeria are the safest countries in Africa.

The east African Nation (Rwanda) continues to feature as one of the safest countries in the world.

The new Gallup Global Law and Order report ranked Rwanda 11th globally and 2nd in Africa with over 87 per cent of citizens saying that they feel safe and confident in the security organs.

Algeria is the only African country that merged ahead of Rwanda, at 90 per cent.

Singapore was ranked top in the report followed by Uzbekistan and Iceland at 97 per cent and 95 per cent and 92 per cent, respectively, with Venezuela coming last at 42 per cent.

The Gallup Law and Order Index measures people’s sense of personal security as well as their experiences with law enforcement. The report is based on interviews with adults in 141 countries in 2016.

In Rwanda, the report’s authors sampled and interviewed over 1000 respondents to get their take on how safe they felt and their confidence in local security structures.

The report’s authors said the index is crucial for governments and leaders as there is often a strong co-relation between security and economic and social development.

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