#NigeriaAt59: Google celebrates #October1st #IndependenceDay with doodle

The world’s largest search engine, Google, is celebrating Nigeria on its website with a special doodle as the country marks its 59 years of independence.

The doodle features the Nigerian green-white-green coloured flag, with a picture Aso Rock displayed in the background.

It’s Google’s way of wishing the country a happy Independence Day.

A click on the doodle opens up another page where very important facts about Nigeria and its history are displayed.

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The Google doodle is used to mark special occasions and individuals around the world.

It has been used to celebrate many historical figures and events around the world.

NAN reports that Nigeria’s Independence Day is an official national holiday in Nigeria, celebrated annually on the first of October.

It is a day to mark Nigeria’s independence from British colonial rule on the 1st October 1960. (NAN)

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