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Khama dances at Christmas tree unveiling

SHARE   |   Sunday, 21 December 2014   |   By Ontlametse Sugar

…gives food hampers at Limkokwing event

Limkokwing University of Creative Technology lit the biggest Christmas tree at Rail Park Mall as they also gave back to the under privileged children. President Ian Khama came to spend an evening at Rail Park mall as the tree was lit. He also handed over gifts and food hampers to the children from the SOS orphanage centre. He was accompanied by the Vice President Mokgweetsi Masisi, and other dignitaries. After the event Khama surprised people as he took to the stage and danced with the Limkokwing Choir as they were sang Christmas chorals for the . The Vice Chancellor Raphael Dingalo shared their Christmas messages with the children and Batswana.
The tree is 12 metres high, 6 metres wide and has 16 000 lights which gives a scintillating view when it is darker. At the event, the university was selling their Christmas choral CDs and said all the proceeds will go towards charity.



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