Reactions As The EndSARS Flag Bearer Uploads Another Picture
By Rhapsodic | self meida writer
Published 3 days ago - 0 views
You all can recall that during the EndSARS protest which occurred last year October, there were pictures that circulated the net, showing a young man with the Nigerian flag on high platforms. There was a picture of him standing on top of a truck, on an overhead bridge, on the top of a building and many others.
Few hours ago, the young man popularly known as flag boy posted a picture of him at Obudu Cattle Ranch in Cross River State with the Nigerian flag.
See reactions to the post:
When you go through his posts, you'll discover that he is advocating for unwavering patriotism even in the face of despair, he encourages the youths to live in love and share love, to be each other's keeper and to have the interest of one another at heart. He also pushes the idea and hope that Nigeria will be great again. His username is @theflagboii.
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