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Angel MongesDavid SanchezJuan p. Fernandez

NIGERIA

Christmas

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About Nigeria

Capital

Coat of arms

Population

Language

Flag

Abuya is the capital of Nigeria, and its around the center of the country. It´s the 4th most populated city of the country.

The green of the flag represents agriculture and the white represents peace and unity.

The shield symbolizes the meeting of the Niger and Benue Rivers at Lokoja. The black on the shield represents fertile soil, while the two horses on each side represent dignity.

Language: Official English. Several hundred local languages and dialects are also recognized. Such as Hausa, Yoruba, Igbo or Pidgin English.

About Nigeria

Government

Location

Currency

Bordered by

Religion

Nigeria is a federal republic in the sense that there is both a national government and governments of its 36 states. They elect representatives to exercise and utilize that power with the executive power exercised by the president.

Nigeria is bordered by Benin, Cameroon, Chad, and Niger, it shares maritime borders with Equatorial Guinea, Ghana, and São Tomé and Príncipe.

One naira is divided into 100 kobo. The Central Bank of Nigeria, is the sole issuer of legal tender money throughout the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

Nigeria is a country located on the western coast of Africa, with climates ranging from arid to humid.

According to the Pew Research Center, as of 2015, the country is 50 percent Muslim and 48.1 percent Christian, while approximately 2 percent belong to other or no religious groups.

Christmas in Nigeria

Sharing with kimbobom and kyky

Part of this tradition is to distribute food among neighbors, they prepare any type of meat, but their special food and drink is kimbobom and kyky.

Kyky

Kimbobom

Christmas Day in Nigeria

Dance in the streets

On the 25th, children sing and dance traditional christmas songs and until midnight they eat and share with their families.

This is everything you need to know about Christmas in Nigeria

Thanks for your atention!