Christmas is best spent with family and Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni took time to bond with his grandchildren during this year's celebration.
Museveni and his wife Janet, who doubles up as the Minister of Education and Sports, hosted their grandkids at their expansive Rwakitura farm.
The president shared photos on social media saying he used the opportunity to teach them about African heritage.
"Like most grandparents, Mama @JanetMuseveni and I enjoy time with our grandchildren very much.
"We used Christmas day afternoon to continue teaching them about African heritage through sharing stories," he tweeted.
Museveni has often emphasized the importance of family and is on record saying a stable marriage and family is the foundation of a prosperous nation.
"If you meet a child or citizen with poor morals, in most cases it reflects on the way that citizen was nurtured by the family."
The president has been sharing snippets of his activities at Rwakitura, and in one clip he is seen looking after cattle.
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Kora norya (Eating as a consequence of working ). Just like it is written in 2 Thessalonians 3:10, If you do not work you should not eat. "Okuriisa kwo kusetura kwonka, tukurikumara. Twiine okuhingira ente nku okutukwehingira ebyokurya" pic.twitter.com/sR1WUrW19D- Yoweri K Museveni (@KagutaMuseveni) December 26, 2022