Brand Identity/Bayelsa Symbols

Brand Identity/Bayelsa Symbols

Brand Identity

Bayelsa's Brand Identity
  • Bayelsa Symbols
  • Bayelsa State FlagThe Bayelsa State Flag 

    Bayelsa State Coat of Arm

    The Bayelsa State Coat of Arm

    INTERPRETATIONS OF THE BAYELSA STATE SYMBOLS
    a) The Flag

    • The flag has four colours (white, blue, red and green) and three stars.
    • The white colour represents purity, honour and truthfulness of the people, and their quest for justice.
    • The blue colour represents the abundance of waters and their inherent resources.
    • The red colour represents the memory and sacrifices of our heroes
    • The green colour represents rich vegetation
    • Stars: represent the hopes and aspirations of our people

    b) THE COAT OF ARMS

    • Shark: the aquatic mastery and strength of the people
    • Crocodile: the rugged and the amphibious nature of the Ijaw people.
    • Leopard: denotes strength, agility, resilience and intellect of the people
    • Palm tree: signifies the agricultural agricultural endowment of the state.
    • Oil rig: signifies the first oil well discovered in Nigeria which is located in the State which has abundance of oil and gas resources.
    • Fishing Activities: the traditional occupation of the Ijaw people.
    • Canoe: denotes the craftsmanship of the people
    • Green Vegetation: denotes the greenery of Bayelsa state with mangroves criss-crossed by rivers, rivulets, streams, creeks, lakes and lagoons.

    MOTTO: TRUTH, JUSTICE AND SERVICE

    • Truth: connotes Ijaw
    • Justice: connotes the need to ensure justice for everyone – without fear, affection or favour.
    • Service: connotes the willing of the people to always want to render service to mankind
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