“I can’t see how that’s a flag for a country that’s not even in the continent of Africa.”
“I know that in Nigeria, we have this kind of culture where they wear this flag.
But I don’t think it’s an appropriate flag for that country.””
I’m not going to wear it.””
Why would I do that?” she asked.
“Because you know what?
You don’t know the people.”
When asked why she would put that flag on her flagpole, the woman said, “Because it’s a symbol of white supremacy.”
“It’s racist,” she said.
“It’s not right.
It’s not correct.
It has no place in the culture of this country.”
The woman was not willing to speak with Breitbart News, saying she was not comfortable speaking with the media.
In fact, she has also told local media outlets that she wants to be considered as a person of color.
The Nigerian flag was once widely known for its black stripes, but recently, a majority of the white population in Nigeria have moved to the southern part of the country.
This has caused a backlash from many Nigerians, who are now calling the flag racist.
A recent poll conducted by the National Center for Public Opinion Research (NCPE) found that 73 percent of Nigerians are against using the national flag for any reason, with only 29 percent supporting the use of it.
Nigers are also against using it for anything that has a connection to a particular race.
When asked if she would consider it a symbol that represents her culture, the young woman said: “No.”
“Because it has a very specific meaning to me, but I also know that Nigerians of other ethnicities don’t have the same meaning.”
When pressed further, she said,”I don’t want to wear a flag of that color.
I don’s not.”