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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...

Check out Nana Aba's response below.


Source: ghanacelebrities.com

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Name: 🦁 🦁🦁 🦁
Charley Nana Ama you look tight in that picture, Charley the breast looks great! And the albinos are also looking like typical albinos! They say they're the best and some our people are also saying we are the worst. Just look at Nana and them and tell me who looks more like a human being? Stifff neckked. Fuullls!
Name: 🦁
Some of our brothers in London and other parts of Europe have been indoctrinatedd to the point of hopelessness. All that you see in Europe we can build it in just 5 years. You motherforckers should learn.
Name: 🦁 🦁
If only black people know who they are they will not worshipp the white boys and at the same time look down on themselves. London is a shittthole! Ghanaians back home are buying brand new cars most of you slavess in London can't afford. Akufu Addo is forking up because he thinks just like you guys in London. I never saw anything extraordinary in London. There are much more chaotic carnivals in London than the rich original culture we have here
Name: 🦁 lion
I don't blame those who are staying in London and supporting the British writer. Most Ghanaians in London are living in a fooolll's paradise. They are delusional, they have been indoctrinatedd they think there is nothing better here. They're convinced there is nothing better in Africa. If you'll not stay home and enjoying this great environment that is so habitable but rather live in a very cold and uncomfortable environment like London then you have the biggest problem. I've been to London before no amount of pounds will make me stay there. There is so much wealth here we don't need to go to the coldest part of the world to make money.
Name: Joey @ Lexi London
Mr Lexi :London,Please tell me what you do in London? From your very first sentence 'you sounds'[Note that the second person singular is never followed by a verb with an 's'.]I will not be surprised if you brush horses' teeth in London or probably bath cadavers for a living.We are sick and tired of this n0nsens3 of 'travel the world and your eyes will be open' BULLCRAP.It is people like you who step out of the shores of Ghana for 2 weeks and become advocates of LGBT rights and a lot of stuff that is harmful to our existence in this part of the world. If you are comfortable with some British reporter saying your cultural activities are chaotic and noisy I am certainly not.
I don't blame them. we cherish them like gold after all they have done to us we still hold them in high esteem. If we can line our school children along the street of Accra under the scorching sun to wave flags at a slave master after gaining freedom, then we are not free as we say. THE EARLIER WE PUT THIS (P.I.G.S) IN THEIR PLACE THE BETTER FOR AFRICANS.
Name: Ahkmed
You sit right here in Ghana and assumes everything is alright? Sitting in the sun for an hour and half and you say it is ok? The writer was only citing a wide gap between what they do and what goes on in Gh of which they believes something must be done about it.
Name: Kob
Well Done Nana Aba.....
Name: Sekum
There is nothing here other than pure hatred and self centerednes... who is that newspaper to tell the form of other traditions and cultures? Last week my kinds dressed up to school on a dress up day and whiles every child could be identified by their dress, the British children came with British flags wrapped around their necks- it only reminded of goats being dragged to the slaughter house. As far as I can see the British has no moral grounds, and no culture aside binge drinking and s3x! They should be the last on earth to comment us our culture. If they want quietness they should visit the cemetery not Ghana where we respect our traditions and cultures...I WILL BE BACK!
Name: Joe
Those saying the reportage is not racist are just bunch it too knows displaying their ignorance

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