Nigerian capital

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Synonyms for Nigerian capital

capital of Nigeria in the center of the country

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In addition, the report said that Exim Bank signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Indian Council of Cultural Relations for setting up an ICCR-Exim Bank chair in Lagos Business School in the Nigerian capital to promote Indian financial management.
The Pentagon previously sent eight experts to the Nigerian capital to help search for the schoolgirls, who were captured by the terrorist group Boko Haram in northern Nigeria.
He said that the recent arrest of Aminu Sadiq, a member of Bako Haram involved in a deadly bomb explosion in the Nigerian capital Abuja last April, was not a coincidence because the International University of Africa is a main center to form the Islamists and extremists in the continent.
For example, Nigerian carriers Swift Networks and Spectranet worked with us to provide a smooth migration from their existing WiMAX based networks to LTE in Nigerian capital, Lagos.
Aminu Sadiq Ogwuche is suspected of helping to plan two bombings in the past month that killed 90 people in Nigerian capital Abuja.
The British team, who are in the Nigerian capital Abuja, include counter-terrorism and intelligence experts and are working alongside their American counterparts.
British experts yesterday arrived in the Nigerian capital Abuja to help find the girls being held by Islamic militants in north-eastern Nigeria as an international effort began taking hold.
Earlier on 8 May, Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan, at the World Economic Forum in Africa (WEFA) in Nigerian capital Abuja, had vowed to find the kidnapped schoolgirls.
A car bomb attack has killed at least 19 people and injured 60 more in the Nigerian capital Abuja, officials say.
It highlighted that Boko Haram is perpetrating the most heinous of terrorist crimes against safe citizens, school students and army personnel in Nigeria, including killing, incineration, displacement and intimidation, the latest of such crimes was a car bomb blast in a bus station on the outskirts of the Nigerian capital Abuja that left over 50 people dead and scores of others injured.
April 15 (Saba)-UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and the Security Council members late Monday strongly condemned the terrorist attacks at a bus station near the Nigerian capital Abuja .
Abuja: A bomb at a crowded bus station on the outskirts of Abuja killed at least 35 people during rush hour on Monday morning, witnesses said, the first such attack near the Nigerian capital for two years.
This can only be good for the Nigerian Capital Market as it will attract more investors to our market.
Reporters Without Borders is dismayed by the Thursday's bombings targeting newspapers in the capital, Nigerian capital, Abuja, and the northern city of Kaduna and has called on the Nigerian authorities to reinforce security for news media, journalists and other media personnel.
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