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I saw an unidentified flag flying in Lagos. It had a cyan field with
national flag (Nigeria) in the canton and a kind of yellow eagle in the
Santiago Tazon, 28 May 2001
A wild guess, but this sounds like an air force flag build on the British
Jostein Nygård, 28 May 2001
I'd agree with Jostein's guess, however, it is still a guess. Is there any
more precise description of the eagle? Does it look anything like the eagle in
the crest of the national coat of arms?
Željko Heimer, 28 May 2001
I can not describe better the eagle. I only can say that it is a big one, using a big space of the flag.
I saw this flag twice, but both I was inside of a car, and Lagos is not the
best place to stop the car, get out and take photos. I can not say either if
the building was a military one or not. But sure it was in Victoria Island /Ikoyi
areas. These areas have plenty of flags. The main governmental delegations,
the federal states representations, foreign embassies/consulates, the bigger
hotels and any military offices are in these areas of Lagos.
Santiago Tazon, 29 May 2001
source: Albums des Pavillons
Željko Heimer, 5 July 2002
The Nigerian Air Force uses a square national flag as fin flash
Dov Gutterman, 11 Oct 1999