The population of Africa is 1.3 billion and growing by 30 million each year.
According to UN projections, the continent's population will reach 2.5 billion by 2050 and nearly 4.5 billion by 2100.
Already, many Africans want to move to the West.
A survey by Pew Research Center, for example, found that over a third (38%) of people in Nigeria (population 199 million) plan to move to another country in the next five years, and almost three-quarters (74%) would move if they had the means and opportunity.
That's 147 million potential migrants from one country alone!
Clearly, allowing millions of Africans to immigrate to Britain and Europe can do nothing to alleviate Africa's problems.
Which is one reason Britain First demands zero immigration.