Whenever it comes to power and riches, the residence of the African president is best used as the point of reference. Call it whatever you want but the residences of African presidents are not always referred to as presidential palaces. In fact where as some African states prefer to use the term “State House” or “Presidential Villa,” others are more comfortable with the “Executive Mansion” or ” Flagstaff House ” – but one thing stands the same in all of these mansions, their great significance and magnificence.
1. The Unity Palace – Yaounde, Cameroon
Cameroon is a country in Central Africa , located between Nigeria to west, Chad to the north, the Central African Republic to the east, Gabon , the Equatorial Guinea and the Republic of Congo to the south and the Gulf of Guinea in the southwest.
2. Abdeen Palace – Cairo, Egypt
Egypt has one of the longest histories of any modern country, emerging as one of the world’s first nation states in the tenth millennium BC. It is considered a cradle of civilisation
3. Flagstaff House – Accra, Ghana
Ghana is a unitary presidential constitutional democracy, located along the Gulf of Guinea and Atlantic Ocean, in the subregion of West Africa.