As we reported, Queen Elizabeth’s son, Prince Charles who is the heir to the throne is in Ghana.
However, Fuse ODG, a Ghanaian musician and a Pan-Africanist isn’t too excited about some developments concerning the Royal Visit. One of those is about pupils being made to stand by roadsides just to wave at the Prince’s convoy.
In the U.K based artiste’s other point of concern, he might be stepping on a tail of a lioness leading its park but being an African lion himself, he said it like a King.
He simply asked what’s the purpose of some influential Ghanaians traveling from Abroad to Ghana just to probably have a handshake with the Prince at a dinner. Entrepreneur William Adoasi, Ghanaian-UK networking catalyst, Dentaa Amoateng of GUBA Awards, fashion designers Asauvage and Ozwala Boateng are some of the Ghanaian diaspora key personalities that have been in town with maybe some business related to the Royal Visit.
There’s has been some reactions from Ama K. Abebrese and others to Fuse’s opinion, see that in our Instastory.
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Photos from the Royal Highness Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall reception hosted by The High Commissioner Iain Walker and Mrs Claire Walker at their residence as Shatta Wale, Bola Ray, John Dumelo and other Ghanaian celebritiess storm with their dope fashions.