Abuja is the capital of Nigeria and also one of the megacities in Nigeria. Abuja is the present headquarters of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and also the regional headquarters of Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC). Abuja is well planned and divided into four phases which are Phase 1 to 4. Phase 1 of Abuja host all the government offices, International Embassies as well as multinational companies while Phase 2 to Phase 4 is reserved for residential purposes.
The standard of living in Abuja is quite expensive, houses and apartments in the city are top notch with the state of the art interior designs. All the most modern architectural design of houses has all been adopted which is evident in the houses you find in the city especially when you are going towards Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport where you find penthouses. The need for cheap houses has risen due to the reason that low-income earners also have to survive in this expensive city. One of the apartments that come on a low budget is the one(1) bedroom flat which is also regarded as the mini flat.
Mini flat (room and parlour) for rent in Abuja are designed to have one bedroom, one living room, a kitchen and a merged toilet and bathroom while keeping one’s privacy. There are well built one(1) bedroom flat for rent in Life Camp, Karu, Wuse 2, Kubwa, Maitama, Galadin-Mawa, Lugbe, Garki and Mabushi among other areas and are within the price range of N200,000 to N1,000,000 per year.