Christmas messages: Buhari, Biden, Akufo-Ado, Macron, Christmas greetings from world leaders


Wia dis foto comes from, President Joe Biden

Christians around the world celebrate Christmas to mark the birth of Jesus Christ.

Dem choose December 25 of each year to celebrate di day.

Many executives in the Christmas message blame the corona virus pandemic for all the hardships that will arise for 2021 – they are encouraging pipo to stay strong while the virus is not going to end.

President Muhammadu Buhari

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To mark the day, Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari said we join Christians in celebrating the season.

President Buhari said Christmas was a special time that brought the world together and marked hope for the world that the corona virus was disrupting.

“A special period allows us to bring pipo of di world together for one purpose; to celebrate togetherness, joy, peace and, above all, to share love with each other through the exchange of goodwill and of gifts.

“For the second Christmas in a row, di world no go made celebrate as we do before.

Former President Goodluck Jonathan also joined African leaders in wishing Nigerians and Christians around the world a Merry Christmas.

Oga Jonathan for my goodwill message encourages Christians to embrace peace and show love to one another, as a reflection of the holiday of Christmas for all mankind.

I say, “Christmas gift to the world, rays of hope and optimism, inside the hardships of the covid-19 pandemic and other challenges.

leader of South Africa

Wia dis foto comes from, David Mabuza

Wetin we call say foto,

Vice President David Mabuza addresses di pipo on Christmas Eve as President Cyril Ramaphosa dey in isolation due to Covid infection.

Di South African leader believes that this year 2022 is not yet a difficult period for di kontri.

Vice President David Mabuza addressed di pipo on behalf of President Cyril Ramaphosa, said covid-19 would have affected South Africa’s economy.

According to the vice president, “We are coming to the end of another difficult year because of our long battle with the coronavirus, we are causing slow economic growth and economic hardship for businesses and households.

“Christmas is time for love, hope and giving. We regret to say that some of us have lost loved ones.”

Emmanuel Macron from France

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“To our soldiers, sailors and airmen who were engaged in operations for Christmas. To our soldiers, sailors and airmen.

“To you, Christmas Eve Guardians as they are engaged in operations to protect us, I wish to send a message. My thoughts and those of the Nation are with you.”

These na di exact words from President Emmanuel Macron for my Merry Christmas message


British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Christmas message says di kontri is witnessing a turbulent year for Covid-19.

Johnson, take the opportunity to beg pipo to go take the vaccine against the covid19, we say that we agree with the teaching of Jesus Christ.

“Collecting vaccines shouldn’t be just for ourselves, but for our friends and family and everyone we meet.

“And follow for Wetin that Jesus Christ teaches that birth makes us celebrate – say, make our neighbors love as we love ourselves.

President Nana Akufo-Addo

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The President of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo, for his Christmas message, said that Pipo uses the time of the period to give charity, love, humility and reconciliation.

I say Ghana survives worst effects of Covid-19 to find out how im administration is stepping in to reduce the spread of the virus.

“2022 and 2023 will be years of recovery, revitalization and rapid economic growth. We are already receiving clear signs that our economy will rebound strongly.

“I beg everyone to be vigilant for wasting time,” said the Ghanaian president.

President Joe Biden

Wia dis foto comes from, President Joe Biden

On Christmas Eve, President Joe Biden said he and the first lady stopped by the National Children’s Hospital to spread some holiday cheer.

“We hope everyone has a happy, healthy and safe holiday season.” The American President writes.

Christmas Day 2021

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Merry Christmas celebrated primarily by Christians in most countries of the world to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ.

But the 2021 Christmas celebration has been unfolding inside the coronavirus pandemic for about two years now.

On this day, more than two billion pipo, or at least a third of the world’s population, will celebrate the day.

Although no specific details on the exact date or year of the birth of Jesus Christ in the holy book of the bible, Christians celebrate Jesus’ birthday on December 25.

For the sake of knowing why many pipo dey also celebrate Sun on different dates.

The Christmas season is one of the happiest festivals of the year as a time of the year when we relax, merrily, flex, give gifts, travel, worship, visit friends and families.

Celebrations always follow decorations, gifts, cakes, correct food, Christmas carols, and holidays.

Na also at the time of the year when wen pipo dey came together to say goodbye to the year, welcome the new year and pray for a peaceful and prosperous new year.


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