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Commonwealth must coordinate its response to solve climate change challenge - Prince Charles

Commonwealth must coordinate its response to solve climate change challenge - Prince Charles

During his time in Nigeria, Prince Charles is expected to also meet with traditional rulers and visit Lagos State where he will be received by Governor Akinwunmi Ambode.

Speaking at the Commonwealth Public Lecture on the theme; "Towards A Common Future", at the Accra International Conference's Centre (AICC) Prince Charles said "There it seems to me, tremendous potential for the Commonwealth to share best practice and coordinate its response to this kind of disasters" Prince Charles said.

Prince Charles and Princess Camilla, who are on a nine-day tour of Africa have arrived Nigeria on a three-day visit.

Sadly, it was revealed on November 5 that the final stop of their West African tour would have to be cancelled due to a security threat in the city of Jos, Nigeria, according to the Telegraph.

"While Britain can be proud that it later led the way in the abolition of this shameful trade, we have a shared responsibility to ensure that the abject horror of slavery is never forgotten", Charles told his audience in Ghana.

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Clarke also said that the women in the caravan are over nine months pregnant, and will "literally drop anchor" once in the US , with babies who are also pregnant.

Britain abolished the trans-Atlantic slave trade in 1807; although the full abolition of slavery arrived a generation after.

Recall that Prince Charles took over as the head of the Commonwealth of Nations last April, succeeding his mother Queen Elizabeth II.

Prince Charles will be addressing Nigeria's herdsmen crisis and strengthening relations between United Kingdom and Africa's most populous nation.

The British Royals are expected to leave Ghana for Nigeria on Tuesday morning. Prince Charles, who was on the dais, was seen pointing at the dead lion.