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Moment Nigerian Miss Africa Displays Blood Stained Nigerian Flag In Russia (Video)
Nigeria’s reputation further hit the rock following an unpleasant display at the center of the world stage by a female pageant.
In what appears to be a fallout from the post #Endsars protest which led to the killing of peaceful protesters, a Nigerian representative at the just concluded Miss Africa Russia 2021, has put up a bloody flag of her home country before the world.
The competition which was held in Russia on Sunday, 13 June 2021 showed the contestant, Victoria Chiamaka Udeh, walk majestically to the stage holding a Nigerian inscribed flag deeply stained with blood.
The dramatic act caused the spectators to screen over voices on sighting the boldly walking lady steps forward, waving in the air the flag which is believed to indicate the unpleasant message of bloodletting witnessed in Nigeria.
Recall, several media platforms had reported a deadly attack on Nigerian youths who carried out a peaceful protest across the country, particularly at Lakki Tollgate on 20 October 2020.
Nigerian safety agents, mainly, soldiers, were said to have overrun the Lekki center where a number of the protestors gathered, fired multiple bullets at humans level (sighted clip posited).
This has since caused disagreement between the government at all levels and the organizers, alleging several protesters were shot dead and remain whisked away with a military vehicle.
However, the army clarified only rubber bullets were released in the air and no casualty was recorded.
The horrible display in Russia will further stir concern within the international community at least to beam light on ongoing security problems rocking the Nigerian villages and clamped down on peaceful demonstrators. Watch Video