Prince Charles and Princess Camilla arrive Nigeria

Prince Charles and Princess Camilla arrive Nigeria

Earlier, shared details on the arrival of Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall to Nigeria on November 6.

President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday received British Royals Prince Charles and his wife, Duchess Camilla at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

The Prince of Wales, Prince Charles, was treated to the rich Asante culture in Kumasi on Sunday.

Charles, on the second leg of a West African tour, said Monday it was unimaginable the suffering the trans-Atlantic slave trade caused and that it left an "indelible stain on the history of our world".

In a statement by its spokesperson, Kola Ologbondiyan, the opposition party informed the British prince that the Buhari administration had reversed all the political and social gains made by Nigeria since independence.

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Prince Charles and Camilla will conclude their West African tour a week before Charles celebrates his 70th birthday on November 14.

The Heir Apparent to the British Throne and head of the Commonwealth, Prince of Wales, Prince Charles has urged the members of the commonwealth to share best practices and coordinate its response to solve climate change challenges.

Pulse will keep you posted on what the itinerary of the royals will look like whilst they are in Nigeria.

The Prince will now spend Thursday in the Nigerian capital of Abjua when he is due to hear about efforts to bring the communities together in Nigeria's plateau state.

In a busy day of engagements, the Prince also visited Kumasi market, where he saw a new building, partly funded by the United Kingdom, which will replace an expansive market of make-shift stalls where evil are fires put the lives of traders, and its one million daily shoppers, at risk.

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