World Emoji Day is celebrated annually to raise awareness about the importance of emojis in modern communication. Emojis have become a universal language and have transformed the way people express themselves in digital conversations. Nigeria, like many other countries, celebrates World Emoji Day by promoting the use and understanding of emojis among its citizens. The day is marked by various activities, including social media campaigns, online contests, and emojis-themed events.
The history of World Emoji Day in Nigeria dates back to 2015 when the day was first celebrated globally. Since then, Nigerians have embraced the use of emojis in their daily digital conversations, leading to the creation of local emojis that reflect the country's culture, traditions, and values.
Local emoji designs in Nigeria include traditional clothing, food, and cultural symbols such as the Nigerian flag and landmarks. These emojis help Nigerians to express themselves more creatively and authentically in digital conversations. World Emoji Day is observed annually on July 17th.
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