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Abuja to me seems to be very spread out in clusters. I love the greenery, and it looks like a nice place to raise a family (no surprise here given it is the seat of the national government), but boring for a young 20-something year old on the come up.

How's public transportation in the city?
 

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How's public transportation in the city?
Like most Nigerian cities, it's a "car-city", so people tend to have their own personal cars. However, there is Abuja Mass Transit; they are modern and comfortable transit buses managed by the city administration, they are very cheap and they ply the major routes. There are taxis, which are on the higher side, but they pass through interior neighbourhoods. There's Uber. Phase 1 of the Abuja light rail is also basically complete.
 
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