No matter how tedious and demanding your job may be, it’s sometimes inexcusable to deny yourself this opportunity, and some of our African leaders can concur as their activities on social media aren’t proving otherwise.
Since we’re still in the holiday mood and season, join us as we take a look at how some African leaders celebrated the Christmas holidays and how they interacted with their compatriots.
Scroll through to take a look:
The Kenyan President, together with his family, attended a Christmas Eve Mass in Mombasa.
Margaret and I, together with our family joined Christian faithful for a Christmas Eve Mass at the Holy Ghost Cathedral Mombasa. As we celebrate Christmas and reflect upon God's blessings for the year, I wish all Kenyans a very Merry Christmas. May God bless you & your families. pic.twitter.com/RusuaCEO9z
— Uhuru Kenyatta (@UKenyatta) December 25, 2018
Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo
The President of Ghana delivered a Christmas and New Year message to his compatriots.
The Nigerian President, together with his Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo, on a lighter note, wished Nigerians a Merry Christmas and a Happy New year by singing a carol. How do you rate their voices?
At Christmas we reflect on the humble, symbolic and divine birth of a young child thousands of years ago in Bethlehem, Judea; and the message of hope, compassion, salvation, reconciliation, forgiveness and peace that Jesus Christ embodies and conveys.
Merry Christmas to All! pic.twitter.com/8b09OxYXcp
— Muhammadu Buhari (@MBuhari) December 25, 2018
The President wished the Senegalese Christian community a Merry Christmas.
The President of Uganda, together with his family, attended a Christmas church service in Rushere Township.