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TARGET MAP! Ghana ranks 1st, Nigeria 5th in World manhood ranking


TARGET MAP! Ghana ranks 1st, Nigeria 5th in World manhood ranking

A graph has revealed the average size of a man’s erect penis from all over the world and Africa takes the top spot.

Men from Ghana have the world’s largest penises, while Nigerian comes 5th according to the latest ranking. South African men are ranked at number 10.

It appears countries such as Asian countries such as India, Thailand and South Korea are not gifted in that department as they are sitting at the bottom of the table.

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Nigeria is in the top five with Gabon, Jamaica, and Haiti.

Target Map published a graph showing the differing lengths of a male’s manhood size across the World and Africa, Western Africa particular, takes the top spot.

Target Map created the colour-coded interactive infographic which shows the different sizes of men’s manhood depending on where they’re from.

The African countries have the largest manhoods while erect, while orange comes second, yellow is in middle, light green is the smallest and green is the smallest.

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Manhood size

Western African countries like Ghana, the Congo, and Gabon grab the top spot, with their averages in excess of 16 centimetres.

6.3 – 7 inches (largest)

  • Ghana
  • Gabon
  • Jamaica
  • Haiti
  • Nigeria

5.8 – 6.3 inches (second largest)

  • Australia
  • Italy
  • Norway
  • Mexico
  • South Africa

While the diagram shows that African men have the world’s largest penises, Asian guys got the short end of the stick, as they have the smallest on average.

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Asian countries like India, Thailand and South Korea don’t measure up as well as they’re situated at the bottom of the charts, with average sizes between 9.3 centimetres (3.6 inches) and 10.5 centimetres (4.1 inches).

3.6 – 4.1 inches (smallest)

  • India
  • Sri Lanka
  • Thailand
  • Malaysia
  • South Korea

4.1 – 5 inches (second smallest)

  • Russia
  • Japan
  • Brazil
  • Indonesia
  • Greece
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