Prince Charles taught the young princes to pick up litter

Danny Woods
November 4, 2018

This will be the Duchess of Cornwall's first visit to Ghana.

Sporting what is gradually becoming his trademark, a long-sleeved shirt, made from a kente designed African print, President Akufo-Addo said Ghana was concerned about post-Brexit.

Britain's Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, arrived in Gambia on Wednesday to begin a three-day visit. 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.

The royal couple will spend nine days in The Gambia, Ghana and Nigeria, first celebrating The Gambia's return into the Commonwealth in February.

He said Ghana was influenced by British values and institutional arrangements and that a large number of Ghanaians had been living in the UK.

Ghana is the ninth country to enter into the Commonwealth, an intergovernmental organisation comprised of 53 member states that are mostly former territories of the British Empire.

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Prince Charles may have chosen the simple moves because he was keen to avoid being mocked like Theresa May was when she danced with kids in Nigeria earlier this year.

The royals were welcomed at the Banjul International Airport by the British High Commissioner to The Gambia, Her Excellency Sharon Wardle, and the President of The Gambia, His Excellency Adama Barrow.

Camilla has been dressing for the hot weather since she and Charles arrived in Africa. Mike Ocquaye and other top Ghanaian government officials.

They would be touring several parts of Accra and Kumasi over the weekend into Monday before heading back to their home country on Tuesday, November 6, 2018.

The Banquet will be attended by senior dignitaries, British nationals, a cross-section of Ghanaians and prominent figures from the areas of business, arts, culture and the media.

He will also meet with key players in Ghana's cocoa industry where he will discuss innovative ways to sustain one of the country's most profitable resources.

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