capital of Nigeria

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Synonyms for capital of Nigeria

capital of Nigeria in the center of the country

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The team will make its stand known to the junta leaders as well as meet other stakeholders in the Niger political landscape," an Ecowas official in Abuja, the capital of Nigeria, said on condition of anonymity.
As the new, centrally located capital of Nigeria, Abuja supplanted the coastal city of Lagos in 1991, much as Brasilia took the place of Rio 50 years ago.
At the time of his death, he was overseeing the design of a $30 million, 273,000 s/f hospital complex for the American Hospital in Abuja, the capital of Nigeria.
This new EgyptAir airway is going to save time and effort for any traveler between the Egyptian capital, which is the capital of the Middle East and the modern capital of Nigeria and hub of the West Africa.
These crimes have conned thousands of people around the world: from petty cash crimes to defrauding a Brazilian bank of $242 million for a bogus airport project in Abuja, the capital of Nigeria.
Meanwhile, rival contender Abuja, the capital of Nigeria, has been criticised for a lack of detailed planning in its bid.
Oriental Energy Resources Limited is a privately held, Nigerian oil exploration and production company with its headquarters in Abuja, the Federal capital of Nigeria.
IT is heralded as Africa's fastest growing city, the digital capital of Nigeria.
It discovered second hand computers from all parts of the developed world in almost all PC markets in Lagos, the capital of Nigeria, and said identity fraud is a substantial problem in West Africa.
Early in his rambles through West Africa as a correspondent for The New York Times, Howard French arrived in Lagos, the steamy financial capital of Nigeria.
Besieged by rebels who have overrun most of the West African country, Taylor ceded power to Vice President Moses Blah before flying to Abuja, the capital of Nigeria, which offered him asylum, the reports said.
When the people of the world came to know about the sentence, clemency appeals started to pour in Lagos,the capital of Nigeria, from various countries including U.
Nigeria Com is launching this September thanks to popular demand from the telecommunications industry in the region; consequently, West & Central Africa Com (held in Abuja, Nigeria in 2008 & 2009) has moved to Dakar in Senegal, and a new, dedicated Nigeria Com event is landing in Lagos - the business capital of Nigeria.
The deal will see the Korean company building a 2,500-megawatt power plant in the Ebonyi Province about 300 kilometers south of Abuja, the capital of Nigeria.
The Liverpool University undergraduate, who was about to go into her second year of a degree in Electrical Engineering, had come to study in the city from her hometown of Lagos, the capital of Nigeria.