Abuja

capital of Nigeria noun capital of Nigeria in the center of the country
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Abuja

Abuja (äbOO'ju) , city and federal capital territory (2006 provisional pop. 1,405,201), central Nigeria. Plans to move the capital from Lagos were approved in 1976, and a 3,000-sq mi (7,770-sq km) capital territory was created near the old town of Abuja (renamed Suleja). The site was chosen...
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Abuja

Capital of Nigeria (formally designated as such 1982, although not officially recognized until 1992); population of Federal Capital District (1991 est) 378,700; population of city alone (1991 est) 107,100. Shaped like a crescent, the city was designed by Japanese architect Kenzo Tange; building of the city began in 1976 as a replacement...
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Abuja

city and capital of Nigeria. It lies in the central part of the Abuja federal capital territory (created 1976), approximately 300 miles (480 km) ... [6 related articles]
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Abuja

federal capital territory, central Nigeria, created in 1976. The territory is located north of the confluence of the Niger and Benue rivers. It is ...
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Abuja

[n] - capital of Nigeria in the center of the country
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