Nigeria’s President Goodluck Jonathan appears to be more realistic than Uganda’s.
Nigerians should limit the number of children they are having, according to the country’s leader.
President Goodluck Jonathan said people were having too many children, and went on to back birth control measures.
He said that in particular, uneducated people were having too many children, and urged people to only have as many children as they could afford.
The United Nations has estimated that the population of Nigeria could grow from 160m to 400m by 2050.
From a BBC report.