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Three vertical stripes of the same size (green, white, green).
Composer: Benedict Elide Odiase Songwriter: John A. Ilechukwu, Eme Etim Akpan, B. A. Ogunnaike, Sotu Omoigui, P. O. Aderibigbe
That's what ChatGPT knows about the flag of Nigeria
This is what an AI says about the Nigerian flag
The flag of Nigeria was introduced on October 1, 1960, when the country was recognized as an independent country. It is a combination of three evenly divided stripes in the colors green, white and black. The green color represents agriculture and the country's natural fertility, the white color represents peace and the black color represents the country's strong population.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Nigerian flag
The national flag of Nigeria was introduced on October 1, 1960, when Nigeria gained its independence from Great Britain. It consists of three evenly spaced vertical stripes of green, white and green. The center white stripe symbolizes peace and harmony, while the green stripes represent agriculture and Nigeria's natural resources. In the center of the flag is a red triangle with a white star symbolizing the connection to Africa.
This is how an AI describes the Nigerian flag
The national flag of Nigeria is green-white-green. The top stripe is green, the middle stripe is white and the bottom stripe is also green. In the center of the flag is a white triangle containing a black five-pointed star symbol. The five-pointed star symbolizes the unity of the different ethnic groups in the country. The green stripe represents agriculture, the white stripe represents peace and unity, and the black five-pointed star represents solidarity among citizens.