Published: Wed, November 07, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Merle Christensen

Prince Charles urges The Gambia to work with United Kingdom to promote democracy

Prince Charles urges The Gambia to work with United Kingdom to promote democracy

The visits will highlight key themes in these relationships, including the importance of our Commonwealth ties.

"The UK and Ghana's shared history and common values form the basis of our enduring friendship".

Local officials said it was the first royal visit since the country rejoined the Commonwealth.

Prior to Prince Charles and Camilla's visit to Ghana, President Akufo-Addo said that he looks forward to meeting them both and "we look forward to receiving him, as his visit will renew and strengthen the bonds of friendship between the United Kingdom and Ghana".

In fact, as reported by the Daily Express, Andrew Morton, the author of the book Diana: Her True Story, says that prince Charles has always wanted to have a daughter.

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

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On the first day of her visit, Camilla shone out in a knee-length turquoise tunic and white flared pants to meet President Adama Barrow at the State House in The Gambia.

Among the dignitaries who were also at the airport were the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, Ms Shirley Ayokor Botchway; the Defence Minister, Mr Dominic Nitiwul; the Aviation Minister, Mr Joseph Kofi Adda, and Ghana's High Commissioner to the UK, Papa Owusu-Ankomah.

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While in Ghana, the Royal couple will attend a State Banquet organised by the Presidency in their honour to celebrate the ties between Britain and Ghana.

The visit will throw the searchlight on a number of important commitments made by the Commonwealth Heads of Government during the last Commonwealth summit.

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