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Nigerian Navy hosts Prince of Wales in Lagos

Nigerian Navy hosts Prince of Wales in Lagos

Britain's Prince Charles (R) stands with the Oba of Benin, Eheneden Erediauwa during a meeting with traditional leaders at the British High Commission residence in Abuja on November 6, 2018.

He described the occurrence of centuries ago as among others, "an appalling atrocity, indelible stain, shameful trade" and "abject horror", that should never be forgotten.

Thanks to the latest exclusive from Us Weekly, we've learned that the Duchess of Sussex hopes to "bring up children who know the values of normal things in life".

Britain had been involved in the transatlantic slave trade for more than 200 years by the time it abolished the trade in 1807, although the full abolition of slavery did not follow for another generation.

Speaking ahead of the visit, Arkwright said that one of the events on the agenda was for Prince Charles to discuss practical solutions to alleviating the tensions, arising from the activities of herdsmen.

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Charles, on the second leg of a West African tour, said Monday it was unimaginable the suffering the trans-Atlantic slave trade caused and that it left an "indelible stain on the history of our world".

However, it will be The Duchess of Cornwall's first visit to the country.

The Prince of Wales's visit to a Nigerian city has been cancelled after security measures introduced following deadly regional clashes disrupted plans for the trip. Camilla on the other hand joined a literacy group that operated from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, KNUST - a public varsity in Kumasi.

He made this demand during a closed door meeting with Prince Charles at the United Kingdom high commissioner's residence in Maitama, Abuja on Tuesday, November 6. The first stop was in The Gambia.