What is Nigeria’s national animal?

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What is Nigeria’s national animal?

Eagle

Q. What is the crest on the British passport?

The crest is a statant guardant lion wearing the St Edward’s Crown, himself on another representation of that crown….

Royal coat of arms of the United Kingdom
Use On all Acts of Parliament; the cover of all UK passports; various government departments; adapted for the reverse of coins of the pound sterling (2008)

Q. What does a sword mean in coat of arms?

Sword/dagger/dart: justice and military honour. Torch: life; zealousness; engaging in signal service; truth and intelligence. You can trace your family history by researching your family tree on Genes Reunited. Perhaps you’ll find out if anyone in your family acquired a family crest or coats of arms.

Q. What is the national flower called?

Roses

Q. What is the official language of Nigeria?

English

Q. What are the 3 major religions in Nigeria?

In Nigeria, there are three main religions recognised by the people; Christianity, Islam and the Indigenous religion. These religions have differences that have brought about unrest as the tolerance level has got to a point of polarity. The various unrests have led to national insecurity of the country.

Q. What is the main religion of Niger?

Islam in Niger accounts for the vast majority of the nation’s religious adherents. The faith is practiced by at least 99% of the population, although this figure varies by source and percentage of population who are classified as Animist.

Q. When did Christianity come to Nigeria?

15th century

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