Abuja is considered to be one of the wealthiest cities in Nigeria. It is also known as the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) with a reputation for being hospitable and friendly, all of which make it a great place to spend little time during your stay in Nigeria.
As a purpose built city and administrative seat of Nigeria, it has rich presence of Diplomats and decision makers in Government including top Industry captains.
Night life is good with a host of international class cafes and shops.
Currency of every trade is the Naira which is readily convertible with the US Dollar, Euro and Pounds Sterling. Lots of Bureau de change shops and exchange centres abound and most hotels have money exchange services for that purpose.
FACTS & FIGURES:
- Area: 713 sq. km.
- Airport: Nnamdi Azikiwe Internationl Airport
- Weather: Temperature 37C, Wind SW at 5 km/h, 15% Humidity
- Population: 2,000,000+ (2010)
- Hotels: Hilton, Sheraton, Rockview, Chelsea, Bolingo, etc.