It is December 25 and social media platform, Twitter is chirping pretty loudly due to comments coming through.
This is because, in many countries across the globe, today is Christmas Day.
Many are spreading love with their tweets. These are messages that are hopeful for a world filled with joy, financial stability and growth.
Christmas, which means “Mass on Christ’s Day or Christ-mass”, is observed as a religious, cultural, and secular celebration among billions of people.
The Fernandes family wish you a very merry Christmas 🎅🏻🎄🎁 pic.twitter.com/jcIhUh1pQf
— Bruno Fernandes (@B_Fernandes8) December 24, 2021
— Kojo Oppong Nkrumah (@konkrumah) December 25, 2021
— B.You by Berla Mundi (@berlamundi) December 25, 2021
Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas with many Happy Returns.
Please share the happiness as well as gifts ….I mean if you can, try and be Santa Claus instead of waiting for Santa Claus for blessed is the hand that giveth than the one that taketh. God bless.
— David Ofosu-Dorte (@ODORTE) December 25, 2021
In many of the western countries, Santa Claus, a strong old white-bearded man draped in red clothing who gives good lads gifts for not being naughty throughout the year, is very significant. He highlights the essence of giving.
But in Ghana, the day is commemorated with church services, family get-togethers, exchange of gifts, among others.
The colours; red, green and white are used to celebrate Christmas.
Merry, Merry Christmas, Gracie! I hope that Santa Claus brings you everything that you asked for b/c I’d bet you were an angel all year long. pic.twitter.com/BeLd5wjb7X
— stephen verme⛺ (@stephenverme1) December 25, 2021
Merry Christmas everyone💙 pic.twitter.com/xraA1cuDxd
— Aláwàdà (@OjoAlawada) December 25, 2021
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