The Federal Capital Territory Abuja, where the College is sited, is situated at the heart of Nigeria. It is centrally located and is easily accessible from all parts of the country by road and air. The major international airports with connecting flights to Abuja are the Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Lagos, and Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport, Kano. The Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja also operates international flights.
The city is centrally located in the Guinea Savannah region of the Middle Belt. It has two seasons, namely, the dry and rainy seasons. The dry season is characterised by bright sunshine from October to about the end of March of each year while the rainy season starts from around mid March to October.
Abuja landscape has beautiful natural features, with lowlands and rolling hills dotted with isolated highlands and massive granite bases. The hills include the Gun range in the NORTH-WEST, the Bwari-Aso in the NORTH-EAST, the Gurfate range in the South-West of Suleja and the Idon Kasa range in the North-West of Gwagwalada. The North East has the highest peaks in the territory with many reaching over 760m above sea level.
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