Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, has commended Princess Anne, daughter of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, for her dedication towards her humanitarian work on her visit to Manhyia Palace.
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During Pirincess Anne's visit to Manhyia Palace the Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, lauded the British Royalty's philanthropic work and her dedication towards bettering the lives of others. He also referred to her visit to Ghana as a sign of the ever strengthening bonds between the two countries.
"Your visit to Ghana attests to your commitment to the development of women and the girl child which are fundamental to the development of any country," he said
"Against the background of ever rising hatred, our relation provides a singular example that it is possible to traverse the choppy waters of history and land in the embrace of peace, friendship and mutual respect," the Otumfuo added.
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The British Royalty was recieved at Kumasi Airport by the Akyempimhene, Oheneba Adusei Poku, and was later treated to a durbar of chiefs at the Manhyia Palace presided by the Ashanti king.
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Princess Anne was also accompanied by Mr. Jon Benjamin, the British High Commissioner to Ghana, who took the opportunity to express the British Royal's appreciation over the many honors extended to her during her brief visit.