Prince Charles condemns modern slave trade

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The British royal says "Britain can be proud that it led the way in the abolition of this shameful trade".

Charles and Camilla took to the dance floor with Ghanaian President Nana Akufo-Addo and First Lady Rebecca Akufo-Addo.

Mailonline reports that Prince Charles and his second wife, Camilla, arrived in the Nigerian capital Abuja on Tuesday, on the tail end of a West African tour that has included Gambia and Ghana.

Prince of Wales Charles has restated the disaster that slave trade was stressing that it was important that the incident is not allowed to repeat ever again or to be forgotten.

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Britain's Prince Charles (L) stands with the Ooni of Ife, Adeyeye Ogunwusi, during his meeting with traditional leaders at the British High Commission residence in Abuja on November 6, 2018.

The couple's three-day visit to Nigeria is part of their nine-day tour of Africa.

The duchess also stopped by the Ghana International School to highlight the Commonwealth Essay Competition prize, an international writing competition that the Royal Commonwealth Society has managed since 1883. He was tapped earlier this year to succeed Queen Elizabeth II as the head of the Commonwealth.

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.

The PDP has welcomed Britain's Prince Charles to Nigeria and has urged him to caution President Muhammadu Buhari against rigging the 2019 general elections.

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