Presidents are the kind of people being voted into power to access and rule a country in order to ensure everything cool and make the country successful. Same thing applies to African Presidents and those houses are termed as Presidential Residence or anything called in that specific Country.
Although every country have such a thing or buildings some still stands top of others in how beautiful and the kind of structure than others. In this article, my team and I made a poll to know the most beautiful and well structured Presidential houses or palaces they live in.
And in the poll we were able to compile the top 7 of the most beautiful Presidential palaces in Africa. I know you here to check out whether your noble Country made the list.
Now let's check out the top list;
5 Flagstaff House - Ghana
4 State House of Namibia
3 Union Buildings - South Africa
2 Abdeen Palace - Egypt
1 Unity Palace - Cameroon
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