capital of Nigeria


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Noun1.capital of Nigeria - capital of Nigeria in the center of the countrycapital of Nigeria - 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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Governor Bello inherited a Kogi State that was the kidnap capital of Nigeria with over 250 kidnap cases in 2015 alone.
On August 23, authorities transferred Jalingo to a detention facility run by the anti-cult and anti-kidnapping police in Calabar, the capital of Nigeria's southern Cross River state, and are holding him there without charge, Ochinke said.
As the capital of Nigeria, Abuja, a growing city with a population of 2.5 million, is more diverse and integrated than other parts of the country.
Lagos was the capital of Nigeria until 1991 when the capital was moved to Abuja.
Which port did Abuja replace as capital of Nigeria? 8.
Lagos, SANA-The Syrian charitable bazaar was inaugurated at the Syrian National Club in Lagos, the economic capital of Nigeria.
Abuja, Nov.10(SUNA)-THE Pan-African Parliament (PAP) in its 41st session and 73rd session of its Executive Committee held in Abuja, capital of Nigeria, elected Dr Nafie Ali Nafie as Deputy Chairman of the PAP.
Later, while I was at Mail & Guardian Africa, I traveled to Abuja, the capital of Nigeria, where I was struck by the number of abandoned buildings lining the city's huge highways.
First of all, the STB (Societe Tunisienne de Banque) which wants to increase its stake in the capital of Nigeria's SoniBank where it is already a 25% shareholder.
Benin City is the capital of Nigeria's Edo state, one of 36 states in the African country.
Children and women, some were crying for help," said Mohamed Bukar, a Nigerian survivor who was quoted by Reuters after fleeing to Maiduguri, the capital of Nigeria's Borno State.