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Speaker Welcomes Prince Charles And Wife At Kotoka International Airport

03 November 2018, 08:47 | Myron Mathis

Speaker Welcomes Prince Charles And Wife At Kotoka International Airport

Prince Charles

Prince Charles of Wales first visited Ghana since 1977. The Duke and Duchess will be touring some parts of Accra and Kumasi before leaving for Nigeria on Tuesday, November 6.

The heir to the throne and the Duchess of Cornwall had a busy day in Gambia where highlights included the prince's visit to the Gambian Armed Forces Training School while his wife attended a Commonwealth Big Lunch at the High Commissioner's residence. The visit solidified Ghana and the United Kingdom's strong ties, and proved that the two nations are more than diplomatic allies, they're friends.

Following the breakup, Queen Elizabeth came to Ghana in 1961 - a visit signalling that the two countries were ready to fix severed ties. "I am sure these five days that you are going to be here will be a memorable time for both of you", said President Akufo-Addo, at the seat of the Presidency.

They were met by government officials with the Speaker of Parliament, Prof Mike Ocquaye spearheading the delegation.


Charles and Camilla posed with Gambia's President Adama Barrow and his wife Fatou Bah-Barrow on the first day of their visit. "Some of them were happy, some of them not so happy".

He was presented a pair of clickers on day one of his visit to Ghana and chose to go all out. So many of our values are influenced by British traditions and institutional arrangements and a lot of the people who are living in your place are doing well; they are well treated.

The British Royals would on Saturday visit the Asantehene Otumfour Osei Tutu II at the Manhyia palace and subsequently visit the Christianborg Castle which was once owned by the British.

As Prince Charles prepares to become a grandfather for the fourth time next Spring, the nickname that Prince George and Princess Charlotte call him has been revealed, and it's the sweetest thing!



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