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Prince Charles in Gambia for first leg of Africa trip

05 November 2018

Daily Star Online yesterday revealed how the Prince and Duchess of Cornwall flew to Africa on a luxury flying hotel dubbed the "Head of State".

During his trip, the prince visited the British-established Medical Research Council (MRC) and The Gambia Armed Forces Training School in Fajara, after being treated to a state banquet at State House in Banjul.

While the Prince of Charles has previously visited Ghana and Nigeria, the royal couple will be visiting Gambia for the first time.

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The Prince of Wales, who took over the 53-member Commonwealth of Nations in April, last visited Ghana more than 40 years ago.

Charles and his wife Camilla are now are now on their second day of a five stay in Ghana during their tour of West Africa.

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Prince Charles would later meet with key players in the cocoa industry to discuss ways to sustain the country's mostprofitable resources and local policymakers to discuss renovations and reuse of the historic landmark, as part of efforts to redevelop the Accra beach front.

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

A statement issued by the British High Commission in Accra and copied to the Ghana News Agency said the visit would celebrate the shared values and culture between the two nations.

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Traditionally, the British and Asante people have enjoyed long-standing ties and this dates back to more than three centuries.

Prince Charles in Gambia for first leg of Africa trip