Prince Charles, heir to the British throne, and his wife Camilla arrived in Gambia on Wednesday. Mike Ocquaye and other top Ghanaian government officials.
He expressed the confidence that the visit of the Prince was a great indication of how the United Kingdom wanted to scale up its trade relations with Ghana.
According to JoyNews reports, the couple were at the Jubilee House for a brief ceremony with President Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.
The British royal said at a ceremony in Banjul that "We are friends and partners, and once again we are both members of the Commonwealth family of nations".
Prince Charles and Camilla have since left for a five-day visit to Ghana before proceeding to Nigeria in a tour of three West African members of the Commonwealth which will last for nine days.
He said Ghana was influenced by British values and institutional arrangements and that a large number of Ghanaians had been living in the UK.More news: Whoops! Mike Pence's Hollywood Slam Backfires In 'The Hollywood Of The South'
Where On Saturday, the Prince and Dutchess will visit Kumasi to meet His Majesty Otumfuo Osei Tutu II the Ashantehene at the Manhyia Palace and will attend a traditional procession with the Ashantehene and local chiefs.
They will also make a trip to the Christianborg Castle which was previously owned by the British. The Prince will also meet with Ghanaian and global business leaders to discuss sustainable practice in Ghana's cocoa industry.
Camilla has been dressing for the hot weather since she and Charles arrived in Africa.
Prince Charles will also attend a meeting with Ghanaian and global business leaders to discuss sustainable practice in Ghana's cocoa industry and key environmental issues.
Britain's Prince Charles, Prince of Wales (R) is welcomed by Gambia's President Adama Barrow (L), upon his arrival at the airport in Banjul, for an official visit.