Gwandara in Abuja & Their Chiefdoms

The Gwandara speaking people are the major occupants of Abuja Municipal Area Council (AMAC) and Bwari Area Council. Listed below are the name of the villages/settlements:

Abuja Municipal Area Council Chiefdom|Settlement:

  1. Karshi
  2. Kurudu
  3. Nyanya
  4. Jiwa
  5. Gwagwa
  6. Idu
  7. Sheretti
  8. Takushara
  9. Burum
  10. Karo-Majigi
  11. Koyi

Bwari Area Council Chiefdom|Settlement: 

  1. Dutsen-Alhaji
  2. Sherre
  3. Kanwu

Since its’ creation as the capital, The FCT’s ministers have been as follows:

  1. Mobolaji Ajose-Adeogun 1976–1979
  2. Dyesha Nabeela, 1994–2016
  3. John Jatau Kadiya, 1979–1982
  4. Iro Abubakar Dan Musa, 1982–1983
  5. Haliru Dantoro, 1983–1984
  6. Mamman Jiya Vatsa, 1984–December 1985
  7. Hamza Abdullahi, 1986–1989
  8. Gado Nasko, 1989–1993
  9. Jeremiah Timbut Useni, 1993–1998
  10. Mamman Kontagora, 1998–1999
  11. Ibrahim Bunu, 1999–2001
  12. Mohammed Abba Gana, 2001–2003
  13. Nasir Ahmad el-Rufai, 2003–May 2007
  14. Aliyu Modibo, 2007–2008
  15. Adamu Aliero, 2008–2010
  16. Bala Abdulkadir Mohammed, 2010–2015
  17. Mohammed Musa Bello, 2015 – 2019

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