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Business in Abuja, Karu (Nigeria)

Trade and Business in Abuja (Nigeria): the most dynamic African city, Suleja

Abuja is the federal capital and the administrative and political centre of Nigeria (West Africa)

  1. Lagos (a city with a Yoruba majority) was the Nigerian capital until 1991
  2. From the ethnic point of view, Abuja is a neutral city
  3. Population of Abuja: 1.6 million people
    1. Population of the unofficial metropolitan area of Abuja: 3 million people (the fourth greater metropolitan area of Nigeria, behind Ibadan and Kano)
  4. The UN considers Abuja as:
    1. The most dynamic African city
    2. The city with the highest population growth in the world
  5. The main religions in Abuja are
    1. Islam (Nigerian National Mosque)
    2. Christianity (National Nigerian Christian Centre)
    3. African Traditional Religions

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Study in Nigeria: Doctorates, Masters, Business Nigerian Students (Abuja) from Abuja (Nigeria)

  1. Masters: Business in Africa, Transport in Africa, Foreign Trade, International Business
  2. Doctorates: African Business, World Trade, Global Logistics

Nigerian Students (Abuja) Doctorate / Master in International Business

Masters and Doctorates in International Business adapted to the Nigerian Students

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Nigerian Ports (Lagos, Apapa, Port Harcourt, Onne, Rivers Port, Tin Can Island)

  1. Distances from Abuja to:
    1. Lagos: 128 kilometres
    2. Ibadan: 530 kilometres
    3. Maiduguri: 858 kilometres
    4. Port Harcourt: 659 kilometres
  2. Lagos-Abuja-Kaduna-Kano Railway
  3. Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport
  4. Construction of Abuja: 1980
  5. Area of Abuja: 713 km²
  6. Satellite urban areas: Karu, Suleja, Gwagwalada, Lugbe and Kuje
  7. Abuja is near of the Niger River
  8. State: Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria

Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria

  1. The capital of the Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria (Centre of Nigeria) is Abuja
  2. Population of the Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria: 1.4 million inhabitants
  3. Area of the Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria: 7,315 km²
  4. Contiguous States:
    1. Niger State
    2. Kaduna State
    3. Nassarawa State
    4. Kogi State

Higher Education in Abuja (Nigeria)

  1. African Institute of Sciences and Technology
  2. Baze University
  3. Nile University of Nigeria
  4. University of Abuja
  5. Veritas University
  6. Open National University of Nigeria

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