Abuja ( ABV )

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City Guide, Abuja


Nicknamed, "Second London", Abuja is Nigeria's new capital. It is a beautiful city with clean roads, The idea was conceived in 1975 and the seat of government formally moved to Abuja from Lagos in 1992. It was intended to be developed in four phases. The first phase had so far been completed. In a few years the city will have a few million inhabitants, but right now there are only a few hundred thousand. This means that the city is pretty spread out and there are a lot of half empty spaces. Abuja is known as the center for unity as a result of its rich culture based on the lifestyles and people from different tribes.


Tourist attraction


Close to Abuja you find Zuma Rock, which looks like a pale version of Ayers Rock. The local population used to attribute magical power to the rock. You can see it on the way from Abuja to Kaduna - the same road brings you to Zaria and Kano.


Culture and entertainment


The culture is shaped by Nigeria’s multiple ethnic groups. The people of Nigeria still cherish their traditional languages, music, dance and literature. Many religions are followed in Nigeria. The constitution guarantees religious freedom. Christians predominantly live in the south of the country, whereas Muslims live predominantly in the north.


Food and drink


Nigerian cuisine consists of dishes or food items from the hundreds of ethnic group that comprise the West African nation of Nigeria. Like other West African cuisines, it uses spices, herbs in conjunction with palm oil or groundnut oil to create deeply-flavored sauces and soups often made very hot with chili. Nigerian feasts are colorful and lavish, while aromatic market and roadside snacks cooked on barbecues or fried in oil are plentiful and varied.


Shopping


If you are interested in Shopping in Abuja, you will not be disappointed during your trip to the region. Abuja, which is the capital city of Nigeria has loads to offer its tourists. This "planned city" features a number of tourist attractions like Nigerian National Christian Centre and Nigerian National Mosque. So, while you are on your Abuja Tours, be sure to indulge in shopping in Abuja. You will be able to find virtually anything that you need in Abuja. From large local markets, to convenience stores and supermarkets, the city of Abuja has it all. Some of the most popular markets are Wuse Market and New Market. You can shop at some of these shops while on your Abuja Travel.


Abuja Map



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Address: No. 3 Idowu Taylor St., Victoria Island, Lagos
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Bank Accounts
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FIRST BANK: 2000913858(NGN)
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Airport Office
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City Office
City: Abuja
Address: Ethiopian Airlines Silverbird Entertainment Center, 
Plot 1161, Memorial Drive, Central Business District. Abuja. Shop N0. 30
Mailing address No. 1 Ladi Kwali Street, Maitema, Abuja-Nigeria
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Bank Accounts
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GT BANK: 0168564227 (NGN)
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Airport Office
City: Abuja
Address: Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport Ground floor
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City Office
City: Enugu
Address: Polopark Mall, Polo Ground, Abakaliki road, Enugu north, Enugu state, Nigeria
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City Office
City: Kano
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Phone: 08144282983
Bank Accounts
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0168851280 (USD)
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0700240744(USD)

Airport Office
City: Kano
Address: International Departure Hall
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Phone: 08144212215

City: Kaduna 
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Office Address:
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Phone: +234(0) 814 199 2990
+234(0) 813 607 6603

Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport


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