Prince Charles acknowledges United Kingdom role in horror of slave trade


Ghanaian-English hip hop artiste, Nana Richard Abiona, known in showbiz as Fuse ODG has expressed his disappointment over the fuss about the visit of Prince Charles to Ghana.

"The appalling atrocity of the slave trade, and the unimaginable suffering it caused, left an indelible stain on the history of our world".

The Prince of Wales, Prince Charles, and the Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla, on Friday arrived Ghana on the second stop of their tour of West Africa.

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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And it's not the first time, we've seen some of Charles' smooth moves on their nine-day royal tour.

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.

Charles' intervention was a significant step towards officially acknowledging the damage the United Kingdom helped to cause during the period, with the royal family having faced repeated calls from some quarters to apologise for the country's part in it.

The British Royals are expected to leave Ghana for Nigeria on Tuesday morning.