Naira Marley, the Nigerian singer, has tattooed the now-late Queen Elizabeth II on his hand as a tribute.


The British monarch died on September 8 at age 96. Her death has continued to stir mixed feelings across the globe.

Joining the public figures who have been paying tributes, Naira Marley put out a short video of his latest tattoo.

The singer took to his Instagram stories to share footage of the back of his hand bearing a drawing of the late queen.


He also wished the late queen an eternal rest.

Naira Marley was based in the United Kingdom before moving to Nigeria.

Queen Elizabeth, before her death, visited Nigeria twice, in 1956 and 2003.


The first time was three years after her coronation when the young queen toured parts of the British empire and the commonwealth.

She spent more than two weeks in Nigeria from January 28 to February 16, 1956.

Her second time of visit was in 2003 when Nigeria had become not just an independent nation but a democratic one also.

She was in the country to attend thе Commonwealth hеаdѕ of government mееtіng, spending four days from Dесеmbеr 3 to 6, 2003.


Upon the independence of Nigeria in 1960, the queen remained the country’s head of government until it adopted a republican system in 1963.

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