Uhuru Kenyatta, a former president of Kenya, has been keeping quite busy in his new capacity as a peacekeeper in the east African region, with particular success in Ethiopia and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Today, the country's ex-president posted a message to his social media sites wishing all Kenyans a joyous Christmas.
Mr. Kenyatta reaffirmed in his message the significance of Christmas as the time when God gave humanity a priceless gift in the person of Jesus Christ. Kenyans, he said, should spend the day with their families and friends, thanking God for all of their many benefits.
"Every year at Christmas, people around the world reflect on God's greatest gift to humanity: the birth of his Son, Jesus Christ. Let us rejoice in the company of our loved ones and take a moment to be thankful for all that we have. As we celebrate the birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, may we all allow the spirit of joy and peace to fill our homes and hearts. Happy Holidays, "He put pen to paper.
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