You are right about the negative impact of Nigeria’s increasing population, particularly on quality of life. It seems like you insist that the concern of population growth is not dependent on its circumstances. Robert Malthus agrees with you on this issue. He sees population growth as a barrier to economic and social advancement. Unat and colleagues. According to Unat et al. (2020), the positive effect of overpopulation on a country’s stability in human capital is a new Malthusian perspective. Dependent on how developed a country is, population growth might be considered a resource. Large populations have been a key development factor in countries like India and China. Ever wonder why countries with long-term goals like Canada, Russia and Dubai want to grow their population? In a rapidly developing state, the overpopulation could be a useful resource. Industrialization, which is one of the Millennium Development Goals for developing countries like Nigeria, is a key goal. The nation may need its vast population to provide labor at an affordable price during the critical years of industrialisation. 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 addressing inequalities which affect millions of people’s quality of life.