The Nigerian flag is a vertical bicolour triband. The used colors in the flag are green, white. The proportion of the Nigerian flag is 1:2. The Flag of Nigeria was adopted in 1960.
Flag of Nigeria
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The Nigerian flag is the flag of the country named Nigeria. Nigeria is located in continental Africa. Nigeria has 4 neighbouring countries. The total length of land borders of Nigeria is 2 515 mi/ 4 047 km. Nigeria border neighbours and border lengths are: Benin: 773 km, Cameroon: 1 690 km, Chad: 87 km, Niger: 1 497 km.
190 632 261 people are living in Nigeria, a country stretching over 356 669 sq mi/ 923 768 km² (1.41% water). The population density in Nigeria is of 534 per sq mi/ 206 people per km². The official language of Nigeria is English. The capital city of Nigeria is Abuja. Nigeria is a Federal presidential republic.
The currency in Nigeria is the Nigerian naira ₦ (NGN). UTC (standard time) in Nigeria is UTC+01:00 and UTC+01:00 in summer. Nigeria has the unique two-letter country code, NG (also Internet top-level domain), its three-letter country code is NGA, and its three-digit country code is 566. The calling code for Nigeria is +234.