Abuja Municipal Area is in Abuja, Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria which is in the North-central geopolitical zone of Nigeria. The headquarters of the LGA are in the Utako district of Abuja city and the LGA consists of districts such as Lugbe, Nyanya, Giri, Karshi, Gausa, Deidei, Kugbo, Wasa, Apo, and Gurku. The estimated population of Abuja Municipal area is put at 469,441 inhabitants with the area hosting members of diverse ethnic affiliations. The Hausa and English languages are commonly spoken in the LGA while the religions of Christianity and Islam are practiced in the area. Notable landmarks in Abuja Municipal Area include the Karu Lorry Park and the Children’s Home, Karu. The Jiwa Emirate is also found within the Abuja Municipal Area.
Abuja Municipal Area has an average temperature of 31 degrees centigrades and has an average wind speed of 11 km/h. The LGA hosts a number of streams and rivers with the average humidity level in the LGA put at 33 percent.
Trade is an important economic activity in Abuja Municipal area with the area hosting several markets such as the Kurudu and the Nyanya markets where a variety of commodities are bought and sold. Abuja Municipal Area also hosts several banks, hotels, industries, restaurants, privately owned establishments, as well as government owned institutions which all contribute massively to the economy of the LGA.
Abuja Municipal Area was created on the 1st of October, 1984.
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