Nigeria is one of the largest countries in African. It also has one of the best flags in Africa. The flag is made up of green color and white as shown below.But the man who designed the natural flag is currently living in a very bad state.
The man should have been compensated by the Nigerian government for the great work he did in coming up with this Natural symbol.
But instead, the government decided to neglect him. Currently, he is living in a condition that is not conducive to him at his old age. The government compensates him even if it’s building him a new house and providing compensates for the basic needs.
This information was shared on Instagram by Tunde to try and create public awareness. We all hope that the government will recognize him as a Nigerian legend one day.Check out the condition he is living in in the photos below.
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