A Royal Visitor

December 1959
Time;12/7/1959, Vol. 74 Issue 23, p28
The article reports on the royal visit of Prince Philip, the husband of Queen Elizabeth, in Accra, Ghana. Prime Minister Kwame Nkrumah welcomes Prince Philip and tours him at the Accra's Nautical College, air force headquarters, and the site of 600 million dollar Volta River Porject of Nkrumah. Phillip assures the country that the Queen will visit them by 1961 to pay a postponed visit because of her pregnancy.


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