Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall arrive in Accra today

Rosalie Gross
November 7, 2018

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex may have just arrived home from their royal tour, but not before passing the baton to Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, who recently arrived in The Gambia to begin their own overseas tour of West Africa.

His Royal Highness will visit the Christiansborg Castle, once a Danish and then British, slave fort, which was until a few years ago the seat of Ghana's Government after independence, to discuss the future restoration and reuse of the area, as part of a major redevelopment of Accra's waterfront, conceived by the Ghanaian Government with the architect Sir David Adjaye.

Ghana was the first majority-ruled African country to join the Commonwealth in 1957 and the visit aims to highlight Britain's enduring relationship with Ghana.

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

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

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The Prince of Wales would also confer with Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu II at the Manhyia Palace.

MORE: Prince Charles and Camilla reveal their favourite TV show - are you a fan too? The waterfront was conceived by David Adjaye, the principal architect who crafted the design for Ghana's future national cathedral. The Prince will also meet with Ghanaian and global business leaders to discuss sustainable practice in Ghana's cocoa industry.

Meanwhile, the Duchess, who is President of the Women of the World Festival, would attend an event featuring Ghana's top female leaders.

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo yesterday welcomed the Prince of Wales, Prince Charles, to the Jubilee House, with a call on the United Kingdom (UK) and Ghana to make concerted efforts to increase their trade relations.

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