Nanet Suites Abuja TEL:+234 0706563772 +234 07084583828

Ekiti House, Plot 1042, Kur Mohammed St CBD.
Garki, Abuja TEL:+234 0706563772 +234 07084583828



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Experience all the hospitality this HOFA member hotel  Nanet suites   has to offer from within one distinctive property, Nanet suites Abuja, perfectly positioned in the heart of the business district, provides you with easy access to many attractions in the Abuja City area.

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This vibrant, hotel boasts 52 suites all with fully stocked  kitchenettes, modern amenities such as in-room Plug-In technology, wireless and a  fitness center.




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nice bathrooms



ample wardrobe space


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Discover the famous nollywood lounge located in the hotel ,



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And Ample Banquet halls used  for hosting a variety of events, from business benefits to social soirees in elegant event space including a variety of  meeting rooms.


And for a taste of the Abuja Night life, the hotel runs an interesting night club (wed -Sat) which gives you a good idea of the Abuja scene.



Redefining what a pleasure travel can be, Nanet suites is setting the standard in sophisticated luxury.


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The most talked about Charlyboy Show-live, “Battle of the Gifted” has come and gone, but the lasting impression that the show created cannot be undermined. The show that began late into the night due to some unsubstantial Blackberry broadcasts of an impending bomb blast at the venue of the event only saw Abuja residents trooping into the venue almost at the last hour of the evening, perhaps when they had realized that it was only an empty rumor, meant to scare them from the show.

Despite the attempt by some people to put some huddles before the organizers, the show has been rated as one of the best held recently in the capital city of the FCT.

The evening started with the winners of the last Charlyboy Talent Hunt, who stormed the stage with different statements of fact, that the Charlyboy foundation had not just empowered them, but had taken the issue of mentoring and monitoring seriously. This was communicated to the audience through the noticeable improvement in their costume, creativity and a host of other artistic prowess that they displayed at the Thisday Dome.  Citiz and Walking Talking whose performances were outstanding never failed to established the good work of the Charlyboy Foundation in their lives when they spoke with our correspondents after their exhilarating acts.

As the show began an expository journey towards the climax, the Abuja based duo of Badguyses stormed the stage with an awe inspiring performance; a message of hope that the future of the entertainment industry will certainly be bright.

It was not a dull moment at the Thisday Dome when Raz Myk stormed the stage with his Rastafarian moves and energy. The Lagos based artiste did not disappoint his fans either.

 The performance from one of the most creative blind artistes discovered at the just concluded Charlyboy Talent Hunt sent shiver down the spines of many audience who realized that there was ability in disability.  Don Mike stole the show.

When Funnybone, one of the most creative Nigerian Comedian stormed the stage, it became glaring to the audience that the battle had begun in earnest as the audience had their first laughter of the night, ushering them into the experience of the Battle of the Gifted. 

The actual battle began when the contestants had their first battle in the ring. The ‘showdown’ was considered the most creative battle since the inception of the Battle of the Gifted as the nine contestants slogged it out in the ring. In the dance category, it was between Sunita, John Great and Chizzle; however Chizzle was disqualified as a result of bad CD, while the Comedy category saw Peteru, Otoro and Don J struggling for the first place. The music category and one of the most challenging categories had Dizzy, Anony and Bisola standing tall for the first prize. The first round of the battle saw Sunita and John Great qualifying for the final round in the dance category, while Peteru and Don J scaled through to the final for the comedy belt. Anony and Dizzy were to slog it out in the music category as well. The most challenging final battle left the audience wondering who the judges made up of Willi Willi of Wazobia Fm, Antonio Cruize and Vina of Big Brother Africa would crown as the winners of the third edition of the ‘ Battle of the Gifted. While the audience waited patiently for the result of the keenly contested battle, the Battle of the elders’ statesmen began. It was the most memorable battle in a battle as OBJ and Justice Oputa locked horns in a dancing competition. This came shortly after Bovi, a renowned comedian had battled with baba in the ring. Bovi who was introduced by Tunde Ige as the official MC of the event never gave the audience a breeding space while cracking their ribs with laughter.


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Of course, the Baba’s battle with Justice Oputa ended in a tie as decided by the most organized audience of the event. It was the most creative and entertaining moment of the night.


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There was equally no dull moment as different a-list artistes stormed the stage with a fantastic display. I Go Dye, Gandoki, Naeto C, Da Areafada himself and 2baba never gave the audience any quiet moment.  It was certainly the biggest show of the year. The stage got hotter as the show went into the night. The chill weather of the night got hot for the audience as they stood on their feet while applauding the artistes on parade.

VoxAfrica TV's trip to Abuja City , unleashing the potential of tourism .

VoxAfrica TV,  is a panafrican bilingual tv channel ( based in the United Kingdom.


With studios in Battersea London, it is the first pan-African and bilingual channel, which  broadcasts to both the Anglophone and Francophone  parts of the world.

 Voxafrica’s 3 channels broadcast in Africa, Europe and the UK.  The primary target audience is Africans, both locally and in the diaspora, as well as the UK.

(Nicolas Negoce, Mimi Fawaz & Phillip Ideh Jnr)



Voxafrica recently  sent a TV crew to Nigeria , the team was made up  of their highly respected journalists Mimi FAWAZ and Nicolas NEGOCE with Joao DA SILVA (director) to Nigeria from the 26th of may to the 4th of june to create a series of programmes :


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Part of the mission was  to explore the untapped resources of tourism in Nigeria. Film some of the main attractions in and around Abuja and Lagos and see how these untapped areas  could  be an added value to the economy.


(Dare Art Alade & Phillip Ideh )


The Soundcity Music Video Award winning singer, Darey, was invaluable to this mission by opening up his doors to the crew and sharing his views on tourism hotspots in and around Abuja City.


With logistical support provided by the team, the crew were able to visit strategic locations arrange meetings and successfully accomplish their mission in Nigeria.




(Nicolas Negoce & Emeke Enye - Millenium Park Abuja)



Tambor Urbano" and dancers from "El Orticeño" Arts and Culture Centre performance at Shehu Musa Yar'Adua Centre, Abuja.

The Venezuelan embassy in Abuja , brought Venezuela to Nigeria on Thursday, July 7, 2011 for  the occasion of the commemoration of the 200 years "Bicentenario"  anniversary of Venezuela's independence, the internationally awarded music group "Tambor Urbano" and dancers from "El Orticeño" Arts and Culture Centre  performed at the Auditorium of Shehu Musa Yar'Adua Centre, Abuja.


Here are highlights from the special occasion.



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Dbanj ft. Snoop Dogg - Mr Endowed (Remix) truly Endowed

Personally happy for the step in a progressive direction for the general Naija music scene. I think it is catchy, creative and somewhat racey , not too sure about the message in the video But i totally believe snoop could handle Fuji dance steps if he had to.... For that reason, he deserves the passport completely. Congratulations to Dbanj , you are truly Endowed.