Published: Wed, November 07, 2018
Life&Culture | By Ben Goodman

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

Once portrayed as "the other woman" by the British media, one royal correspondent described Camilla as "my favorite royal, by a country mile", according to the magazine.

The main reason for the visit is to strengthen diplomatic ties between Ghana and the United Kingdom and would highlight key themes within the Commonwealth of Nations.

Prince Charles and Camilla were again welcomed by the President of The Gambia and his wife, Mrs Bah-Barrow, and met with the General Manager of the Coco Ocean Hotel and the Director General of the National Centre of Arts and Culture.

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

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

After the initial welcome ceremony, the President led Prince Charles to inspect a photo exhibition of the Prince during his first visit to Ghana in 1977.

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The Prince and Duchess will tour the city throughout the weekend and depart Tuesday, November 6.

On Saturday, November 3, the British Royal will call on the Asantehene Otumfour Osei Tutu II at the Manhyia palace.

Additionally, the pair will visit the Christiansborg Castle, a once British-owned slave fort, which served as a seat of Ghana's government for decades.

At the reception Prince Charles was presented with a with a birthday cake.

Britain's Prince Charles, Prince of Wales (R) is welcomed by Gambia's President Adama Barrow (L), upon his arrival at the airport in Banjul, for an official visit.

Prince Charles and Camilla were presented with a Kalabash containing kola nuts, which is a symbol of honour in welcome ceremonies, and met members of the Gambian delegation before continuing with the welcome ceremony.

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