Prince Charles attends thanksgiving service at Accra Ridge Church

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Sun, 4 Nov 2018 Source: www.ghanaweb.com

Prince of Wales, Prince Charles has observed and kept the Sabbath Day holy as he joined Christians to worship at the Accra Ridge Church as part of his five-day visit in Ghana.

Prince Charles’ presence at the church brought joy and smile to the congregation who were glad to have the Royal in their midst.

The Thanksgiving Service was also attended by Ghana's First Lady Rebecca Akufo-Addo, British High Commissioner to Ghana Iain Walker and some British dignitaries in the country.

Moderator of the service, Dr. Kwaku Sarkodie who ministered on the topic, 'How does God's grace get through', prayed for the Prince of Whales and his family asking for God's guidance, long life and grace upon their lives.

A gift was presented to the Prince by the Ridge Church as a token of remembrance for his historic visit to the church.

Prince Charles on Saturday, November 3, 2018 took a tour around the Christiansburg Castle in Osu during which he was told the chilling history of the ancient building.

He was shown artefacts excavated from the castle during restoration and was also taken to where his mother the Queen slept in 1962.

He later visited Jamestown in Accra to interact with the indigenes.

Prince Charles is expected to visit Kumasi later today with his wife the Duchess of Cornwall where they will deliberate with the Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II.

He will address a Public Lecture at the Accra International Conference Centre on Monday, November 5 before attending a State Banquet to be held in his honour by President Akufo-Addo.

The Banquet will be attended by famous Ghanaian politicians, British nationals, a cross-section of Ghanaians and prominent figures from the areas of business, arts, culture and the media.

The Royals will leave Ghana on Tuesday, November 6, 2018.

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