As Christians across the world celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, today, Wednesday, December 25, President Muhammadu Buhari has received a special Christmas gift from his deputy, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo.
Osinbajo via his official Facebook page shared photos of himself and President Buhari as he presented the gift him.
"I think Mr President was delighted with his Christmas gift," the vice president captioned the photos.
A look at the photos shows Buhari wearing a very expressive look, indicating that he was truly delighted with the gift as the vice president noted.
Osinbajo is a Christian from Southern Nigeria while President Buhari is a Muslim from the north.
Though there were recent allegations of rifts between the duo which have been refuted, President Buhari and his deputy have had a very cordial relationship since the inception of their administration in 2015.
Osinbajo recently pledged his unwavering loyalty to President Buhari and Nigeria, describing the president as the best boss.
In a related development, a Muslim woman, Hajia Ramatu, donated Christmas tree for the decoration of the residence of Kaduna state chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Reverend John Joseph Hayap.
Ramatu expressed happiness for having the chance to donate the gift to the Christain cleric.
Legit.ng gathers that the young Muslim woman made her feelings known shortly after decorating the house with Christmas tree, light, stocking, garment and, ornament with the family of the CAN leader.
Ramatu described Hayap as a man of peace, trust and integrity, saying the Christmas tree gift is a way of appreciating his peacebuilding efforts in Northern Nigeria.
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