The current Nigerian flag displays beautifully from home type or residential flag poles, even in minimal breeze conditions. It is an adaptation of the winning entry of a flag design competition that was held back in '59. The winning entry displayed or featured a red colored sun with sun-rays that were placed right at the top of the white vertical band. These features are excluded from the current national flag however.
The Nigerian flag's colors have interesting meaning. The color green is said to represent agriculture, which really is the country's chief source of wealth. White symbolizes or represents peace and unity. Interestingly, the coat of arms was adopted back in 1960 as well. Even though not displayed on the national Nigerian banner, it is featured on the presidential flag, which obviously belongs to the country's president.
This flag is available in different materials and sizes.