Nigeria Has 36 states and Abuja is the capital and eighth most crowded city of Nigeria. Situated in the focal point of the country inside the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja is a planned city designed basically in the 1980s. It replaced Lagos state, the country's most crowded city, as the capital on 12 December 1991.
Abuja is Nigeria's political and administrative capital. It is additionally a vital capital on the African landmass because of Nigeria's geopolitical impact in regional affairs. Abuja is likewise a beautiful gathering place and has different gatherings yearly, for example, the Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting in 2003 and the World Economic Forum (Africa) meetings in 2014.
Abuja's Tourist spots incorporate the Millennium Tower, the Central Bank of Nigeria base camp, the Nigerian Presidential Complex, the Ship House, the National Stadium, which was the principal setting of the 2003 All Africa Games and a few games, including the last, of the 2009 FIFA Under-17 World Cup, National Mosque, the National Church, Aso Rock and Zuma Rock.
Abuja is now taking shape to look like Dubai and I think the pictures below can prove that.
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