Logistics : Nigeria-Canada Investment Summit



Nigeria is situated in the Western part of Africa at the “trigger” of the continent. It is bordered by the Republic of Niger and Chad to the North, to the East by the Republic of Cameroon, the Atlantic Ocean on the South and to the West by the Republic of Benin (Figure 2.1).

The surface area of the country is approximately 923,770m2, and about 35% of this land mass is believed to be arable while 15% is said to be used as pastures, 10% as forest reserve, and 10% for settlements.


The landscape of Nigeria varies with mangrove forests and swamps bordering the southern coast, and hardwood forests further inland. The Niger and Benue River valleys make up Nigeria’s most expansive region. Nigeria’s highest point is Chappal Waddi (Taraba State) at 7,936 ft. (2,419m); the lowest point of the country is the Atlantic Ocean (0m)


Nigeria, by virtue of its location enjoys a warm tropical climatic condition with relatively high temperatures throughout the year and two seasons; the dry and wet seasons. The climate of the country is influenced by the interaction of two air masses: the relatively warm and moist tropical marine air mass (mT) which originates from the Atlantic Ocean and is associated with Southwest winds in Nigeria; and the relatively cool, dry and relatively stable tropical continental air mass (cTs) that originates from the Sahara Desert and is associated with the dry, cool and dusty North-East Trades (Harmattan).

Annual rainfall ranges from over 2,500mm in the south to less than 400mm in parts of the extreme north. Nigeria’s annual temperature range is between 18.45oc and 36.9oc for the coolest and hottest months respectively.

See below for the expected weather information during the Summit.

About Abuja

The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) is the home of Abuja, the capital of Nigeria. The territory was formed in 1976 from parts of former Nasarawa, Niger, and Kogi States and it is in the central region of Nigeria, bordered to the north by Kaduna State, to the east by Nassarawa State, to the southwest by Kogi State and to the west by Niger State.

FCT Abuja Snapshot

Main Investment Opportunities

Opportunities for investment exist in:

Airport Information

Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport (ABV) is the international airport of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja. It is located 40km from Abuja.

Owned by the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), it is named after the first President of Nigeria, Dr Nnamdi Azikiwe. The airport has two terminals—one, for international flights and the other for domestic flights.

  1. Visa Requirements


Airport to Hotel Logistics – Canadian Attendees Only

Flight Data

Welcome Desk

Shuttle Service


Hotel Information

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