Kubwa is an affordable suburb, that occupies a strategic location in the Federal Capital Territory Nigeria (FCT). It is located to the north west of the Federal Capital City (FCC) Abuja.
The Kubwa neighborhood is administered by the Bwari Area Council (BAC), one of the 6 area councils in the FCT.
The increasing population of the district has created demand for more goods and services. A mixture of banks, shops, markets and schools contribute to the neighborhood’s daily commercial, educational and social activities. As a result the district can be said to have more of an independent economy from the actual FCC-Abuja.
Places of interest include the National Youth Service Camp, Movida Lounge and Pizza Place.
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Its position just on the outskirts of the FCC, makes it a popular middle class neighborhood as transport links to the Central Business District are good.
The main road near the neighborhood is Murtala Mohammed Expressway which links to the Abuja-Kaduna Highway in one direction and inner city areas in the other. There is a train station, in the area, on the Abuja-Kaduna rail line.
Land and houses in Kubwa
The Kubwa neighborhood is perfect for many. Far enough from Abuja’s Central Area to be inexpensive yet close enough to get you there in around 15 minutes.
Kubwa enjoys decent infrastructure like water and electricity. The district is also a focus area of governmental initiatives. Federal Housing Authority estates have been built in this district to cater to lower to middle class earners in Abuja.