Speaking to journalists in Abuja
on the ground breaking event-the flight operation in 71 days time, SAA, Head for Africa's operation, Aaron Munestsi, said: "We are happy to say that we are opening second gateway into Africa's most populated nation and biggest economy in the next 71 days from today.
has said in recent years its target is to raise this to as much as 50bn barrels by 2020.
This new development implies that the outgoing Nigerian president may not be present at the inauguration ceremony of Buhari, who will publicly take the oath of office as the new president, at the Eagles Square located in the central area of Abuja
The upgrade of our Abuja
service to a Boeing 777 demonstrates our commitment to Nigeria market and another step to ensure we offer world class products to our customers in Nigeria.
Customers in Abuja
can experience our A380 flagship aircraft to 29 destinations around the world, including popular ones like Beijing, Hong Kong, Mumbai, New York, Jeddah and London.
Malala is scheduled to meet Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan on Monday in Abuja
, exactly three months after 276 girls were abducted by Boko Haram Islamists from their school in Chibok, in northeast Borno state.
The government in Abuja
has been locked in a long struggle with Islamist extremists from the Boko Haram group, which normally operates in the north of the country but has recently been carrying out attacks in and around the capital.
The Islamic Republic of Iran condemns such extremist and terrorist acts, specially the recent terrorist and inhumane act in Abuja
and it wants restoration of peace, tranquility and security for the Nigerian nation," Afkham told reporters on Tuesday.
is also the headquarters of the Economic Community of West African States and the regional headquarters of the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries.
, une explosion a secoue le batiment abritant l'imprimerie et la redaction du quotidien national prive ThisDay, qui semblait aussi avoir ete vise a Kaduna.
Summary: A powerful explosion has shaken a church during Christmas prayers in a densely populated part of the Nigerian capital, Abuja
A CAR laden with explosives was rammed through two gates and blown up at the United Nations' offices in Nigeria's capital Abuja
killing at least 18 people and shattering part of the concrete structure.