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Abuja Clock 48 Years Today , 3rd February 2024 by Highnesscfr2030(m): 12:24pm On Feb 03
As Abuja clock 48 today , kindly answer the below questions :

1. "What's your fondest memory of Abuja since its creation 48 years ago ?"

2. "How do you think Abuja has evolved over the last 48 years?"

3. "What is one thing you would change about Abuja if you had the chance?"

4. "Can you share a ‘then and now’ photo of a favorite spot in Abuja?"

5. "Which landmark in Abuja do you think best represents the city's spirit? Why?"

6. "What are your hopes for the city of Abuja in the next 10 years?"

7. "What's a must-see for anyone visiting Abuja for the first time?"

8. "How does the history of Abuja inspire you?"

9. "What’s the most significant event that has happened in Abuja in the last 48 years?"

10. "Which aspects of Abuja’s culture do you think are most important to preserve?"

11. "In what ways has Abuja contributed to the economy and culture of Nigeria?"

12. "Do you have any stories of personal significance related to Abuja? Please share!"

13. "Which traditional dish from Abuja is your favorite and why?"

14. "What do you envision for the future of Abuja's urban development?"

15. "As Abuja turns 48, what do you consider as the city's major milestones?"

16. "What makes Abuja different from other cities in Nigeria?"

17. "If you could dedicate a song to Abuja on its 48th creation day, what would it be?"

18. "How do you celebrate Abuja Day? Any special traditions?"

19. "What lesson can other Nigerian cities learn from Abuja’s development?"

20. "If you were giving a tour of Abuja, which places would be on your must-visit list?"

Abuja was created as Nigeria’s capital on the 3rd February 1976, but it replaces the country's most populous city of Lagos as the capital on 12 December 1991 under the leadership of General Ibrahim Badamasi Babngida (President of Nigeria 1985-1993).

Visit: www.myfctagov.ng for more info about Abuja .

#abujanigeria #abujabusiness

Re: Abuja Clock 48 Years Today , 3rd February 2024 by Beremx(f): 12:48pm On Feb 03
Today is my birthday. Happy birthday to us.
Happy birthday Abuja grin grin

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Re: Abuja Clock 48 Years Today , 3rd February 2024 by MrProlific95: 12:50pm On Feb 03
Abuja is a cosmopolitan city. Abuja is North, Abuja is South. Abuja is for everyone and thats why Wike is incharge today and doing great work

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Re: Abuja Clock 48 Years Today , 3rd February 2024 by Cooletempa: 12:56pm On Feb 03
Beremx:
Today is my birthday. Happy birthday to us.
Happy birthday Abuja grin grin

Happy birthday ma sis.

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Re: Abuja Clock 48 Years Today , 3rd February 2024 by topoftheworld(m): 1:17pm On Feb 03
God bless Abuja City..

I will one day become a senator, President, a Governor IJN...
Re: Abuja Clock 48 Years Today , 3rd February 2024 by cassyrooy(m): 10:07pm On Feb 03
Beremx:
Today is my birthday. Happy birthday to us.
Happy birthday Abuja grin grin
Happy birthday dear

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Re: Abuja Clock 48 Years Today , 3rd February 2024 by Brendaniel: 10:19pm On Feb 03
MrProlific95:
Abuja is a cosmopolitan city. Abuja is North, Abuja is South. Abuja is for everyone and thats why Wike is incharge today and doing great work

The same way Lagos was for over 70years but today some people are claiming ownership of Lagos and claiming one man built Lagos from scratch but is finding it difficult to build Nigeria that has left foundation level ...
Re: Abuja Clock 48 Years Today , 3rd February 2024 by kettykin: 10:30pm On Feb 03
With the level of insecurity, porosity and low margin on economic growth, will Abuja retain the position of the capital of Nigeria

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