On the history between the United Kingdom and Ghana, Prince Charles said though past of both nations were intertwined, it was regrettable that there had been dark spots in the history of the two countries including slave trade, 'Britain can be proud that it later led the way in the abolition of these shameful trade.
The heir to the throne made the remarks while he and his wife Camilla were on the fourth day of their trip to Ghana as part of their tour of West Africa.
On Tuesday, Charles and Camilla arrived in Nigeria, where President Muhammadu Buhari welcomed them at the Presidential Villa.
During this visit, he would engage in peace-building activities, including addressing the persistent attacks of herdsmen on farming communities in Nigeria.
"People do want to come together and if we can provide that kind of environment then hopefully, we can come up with some ideas and solutions to resolving some of these conflicts".
He noted that the visit was also aimed at strengthening the existing ties between Nigeria and Britain as members of the Commonwealth.
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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.
In Gambia, the Prince congratulated the West African nation on recently returning to the 53-member Commonwealth states of mostly former British territories.
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The top diplomat said that other events lined up on the agenda of the visit would focus on culture, music, fashion, among others.
Prince Charles acknowledged Britain's role in the slave trade on Monday calling it an appalling atrocity that had "left an indelible stain on the history of our world".
"We need to empower young people through personal development programme, and skills training". The Prince of Wales joined in with traditional Ghanaian dancers, who celebrated the royal's arrival with a cultural display.