, Igbo: Naíjíríà
, Yoruba: Nàìjíríà
) is a country in equatorial West Africa. It is the continent’s most populous nation. It has a southern coastline on the Gulf of Guinea, and has Benin to the west, Cameroon to the southeast, Chad to the northeast, and Niger to the north. It is the largest oil producer and third largest economy in Africa. The northern parts of the country may be dangerous due to the influence of an Islamist rebel group Boko Haram.