Nigeria's top searches in 2012
Jamb – the Joint Admissions And Matriculation Board – is the most-searched term in Nigeria, according to Google’s Year-End Zeitgeist list.
By Lungelwa Timla as published by our top partner allAfrica
The education system in the country is reportedly under review due to the "lack of reading culture, unqualified teachers, quest for money and lack of dedication to duty".
Mercy Johnson was listed as the top Nollywood celebrity while Davido was listed as Nigeria's top musician.
While Whitney Houston was the most searched person – she died on February 11, 2012, Victor Moses who plays for Chelsea came in as the second most-searched person followed by Brazilian soccer star Ronaldinho.
Boko Haram, the Islam sect that is reportedly planning on overthrowing the government and impose strict Islam, laws is rated third on the searches category on the Google search result 2012 in Nigeria.
Love topped two categories – the "How...?" and "What is...?" - showing that Nigerians do have a softer side...
Google's Year-End Zeitgeist, which means “the spirit of the times", revisits the most viewed searches around the world.
Original article published as 'Nigeria: What are Nigeria's Top Google Searches?' here.