Daughter of Queen Elizabeth’s visits Ghana Today
The daughter of, Queen Elizabeth II, Princess Anne, will pay a visit to Ghana today as part of a 2 -day visit to West Africa. (Queen Elizabeth’s )
According to British High Commission in Ghana said the visit which is Princess Royal’s 3rd to Ghana, will “celebrate the unique friendship between the United Kingdom and Ghana, as it honors its 60th Anniversary of independence.”
More “it will also reinforce the strength and deepness of our bilateral relations. Ghana is marking its 60th Anniversary with themes of reflection, celebration, challenge and intimacy. Its partnership with the United Kingdom embodies just that – built on deep social and folk ties and a shared future.
The Princess Royal is predictable to meet a number of dignitaries including the Otumfuo, Asantehene Nana Osei Tutu 2 at the Royal Palace in Kumasi and former President Kufuor.
The Princess Royal will also undertake a wide-ranging programmed that builds on her earlier visits in 1998 and 2011, which according to the statement focuses on authorizing women who act as role models for others, exploring the status of support for girls, female education and financiers in delivering Ghana’s future.
She will also meet with a number of United Kingdom volunteers including the alumni of UK sponsored scholarship programmers, Chevening, Commonwealth and the Queens Young Leaders
The Princess Royal stay follows similar ones paid by former British Prime Minister, Tony Blair and Britain’s Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson.