Google celebrates Nigeria’s Independence Day with a Doodle

Google celebrates Nigeria’s Independence Day with a Doodle

- Nigeria’s 60th Independence Day anniversary has been celebrated by Google

- The largest search engine in the world celebrated Nigeria with a special Doodle

- Google also disclosed important facts about Nigeria and its history

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The largest search engine in the world, Google on October 1, 2020, celebrated Nigeria’s 60th Independence Day anniversary.

Google celebrated Nigeria on its website with a special Doodle featuring an eagle standing on a green platform with a 60 above its head.

Google celebrates Nigeria’s Independence Day with a doodle

A Google Doodle is used to commemorate events or celebrate notable historical figures. Photo credits: Legit.ng
Source: UGC

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

Google celebrates Nigeria’s Independence Day with a doodle

Google has also celebrated some Nigerians. Photo credits: Legit.ng
Source: UGC

A Google Doodle is a special, temporary alteration of the logo on Google’s homepages intended to commemorate holidays, events, achievements, and notable historical figures.

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

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Some Nigerians that have been celebrated with a Doodle include: Buchi Emecheta, Sam Okwaraji, Christy Essien Igbokwe and Stella Adadevoh, the late Nigerian doctor who curtailed the spread of Ebola, among others.

Meanwhile, the serving overseer of the Citadel Global Community Church, formerly known as Latter Rain Assembly, Tunde Bakare, has said that no nation can make considerable progress when mediocre people are at its helm of affairs.

The Cable reported that Bakare was speaking at The Platform, an annual conference organised by Covenant Christian Centre in Lagos, on Thursday, October 1.

Legit.ng gathered that the virtual event was hosted by Poju Oyemade, its convener, and in commemoration of the nation’s 60th independence anniversary.

In another news, a former emir of Kano, Muhammadu Sanusi, has asked Nigerians not to pursue achieving federal character at the expense of merit and competence.

The Cable reported that the former governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), advised Nigerians to respect merit and performance rather than the doctrine of federal character.

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Sanusi made the statement on Thursday, October 1, at a conference to commemorate Nigeria’s 60th independence.

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