On the 2nd of November 2018, Ghana welcomed His Royal Highnesses, Prince Charles of Wales and his wife Camilla.
A statement issued on the Prince of Wales’s website revealed that their purpose of coming to Ghana was a request on behalf of the British Government to celebrate the UK’s dynamic forward-looking partnership with the Commonwealth Nations.
Ghanaians, as usual of their nature, gave them a legendary welcoming ceremony when they visited Otumfuo Osei Tutu II at his Royal Palace, (Manyia Palace) in the Ashanti Kingdom.
But one of Ghana’s best female journalist, Nana Aba Anamoah on her Twitter handle, has expressed unhappiness relating to a post made by UK based MailOnline.
MailOnline’s publication went like;
“Camilla also watched weavers making the colourful Kente fabric used in traditional dresses and robes. And touring a pottery workshop she said it’s a great art. Its brilliant, absolutely brilliant. Open their arrival in Kumasi she and Charles were treated to a colourful display by tribal chiefs at an official ‘Durbar’. In temperature in excess of 30 degrees, Charles and Camilla sat for an hour and a half as leaders of the Ashanti people paid their respects in a noisy, chaotic ceremony organised by the ruler of Kumasi…