Nigerian capital


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Noun1.Nigerian capital - capital of Nigeria in the center of the countryNigerian capital - capital of Nigeria in the center of the country
Federal Republic of Nigeria, Nigeria - a republic in West Africa on the Gulf of Guinea; gained independence from Britain in 1960; most populous African country
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IMN members regularly take to the streets of the Nigerian capital to call for the release of Zakzaky.
Elmulu attends the Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF) Entrepreneurship Forum recently held in the Nigerian capital of Abuja - Press photo CAIRO - 1 August 2019: Nigerian economist Tony Elumelu said that Egypt has promising economic opportunities, adding that he currently seeks investment chances in the Egyptian market in light of the success of its economic reform program.
The management of the commission, in previous statements, insisted that its actions were based on various relevant portions of the Investment and Securities Act (ISA 2007), from which it derives powers to function as apex regulator of the Nigerian capital market.
QNA The Amir HHE Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al Thani arrived in Nigerian capital Abuja to a grand welcome, complete with a guard of honour, on Tuesday afternoon.
7 (BNA): The UAE Embassy here inaugurated the first phase of the medical convoys and food aid initiative for refugees in the Nigerian capital, Abuja, and some areas in the north, within the framework of the 'Year of Tolerance.'
Painted by Nigerian artist Ben Enwonwu, the painting was last displayed in 1975 at the Italian embassy in the Nigerian capital of Lagos, reported CNN.
On Tuesday, The Philippine Embassy in Abuja has called on the more than 100 Filipinos situated in the Nigerian capital to remain indoors in view of the violence.
Wase's death was announced in a statement by Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesman Tope Elias-Fatile, in the Nigerian capital Abuja Saturday.
He added, 'I am confident that with the variety and depth of skills, experience and commitment possessed by Alpha Morgan Capital, the Nigerian capital market is set to witness a positive revolution.'
GAC Motor, a subsidiary of GAC Group, has delivered 150 GA3Ss to the Nigerian police force in the Nigerian capital city of Abuja.
An interesting and curious regional meeting took place in the Nigerian capital, Abuja, last week.
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