₦airaland Forum

Welcome, Guest: Join Nairaland / LOGIN! / Trending / Recent / New
Stats: 2,115,452 members, 4,580,197 topics. Date: Wednesday, 14 November 2018 at 08:10 AM

Prince Charles In Ghana Vs In Nigeria With Traditional Rulers (Pictures) - Politics (6) - Nairaland

Nairaland Forum / Nairaland / General / Politics / Prince Charles In Ghana Vs In Nigeria With Traditional Rulers (Pictures) (93381 Views)

Ike Ekweremadu Meets Prince Charles In Abuja (Photos) / Will Buhari Dance? - Dele Momodu Asks. Shares Video Of Prince Charles & Wife / Buhari Breaks Fast With Traditional Rulers In Aso Rock (Photos) (2) (3) (4)

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (Reply) (Go Down)

Re: Prince Charles In Ghana Vs In Nigeria With Traditional Rulers (Pictures) by Duru1(m): 5:20am On Nov 09
ngadaAwo:
this is what royalty means

first picture

Prince Charles visit Ghana monarch in his Palace and the monarch was proudly sitting on his throne while the British Prince was sitting on the ordinary seat for the subjects



second picture

our Monarchs ran to Abuja to meet the Prince and was sitting like the Prince was ruling them in their own country.

to me i see class pride and real monarch in the Ghana picture


what's your opinion

Ghana is a country while Nigeria is a shithole.
Re: Prince Charles In Ghana Vs In Nigeria With Traditional Rulers (Pictures) by orisa37: 5:26am On Nov 09
Nothing to compare, Nigeria is bigger, more versatile and more experienced in the matters of both British and general Monarchy.

1 Like

Re: Prince Charles In Ghana Vs In Nigeria With Traditional Rulers (Pictures) by acenazt: 6:33am On Nov 09
Xaos:
What do you expect?

The queen recognizes non of them at all.
Our traditional rulers are all slaves to the British throne.

That's what I'd have typed if I had no sense but I do.

In Nigeria, we have some many important traditional rulers unlike Ghana where the Ashanti empire represents supremacy. So Prince Charles clearly wouldn't be able to visit each one in their Royal Palace like he did in Ghana.
lmao u must be high on cheap weed. The British crown recognises a lot of Nigerian monarchs

1 Like

Re: Prince Charles In Ghana Vs In Nigeria With Traditional Rulers (Pictures) by Midastorch(m): 6:34am On Nov 09
iammo:
embarassed Africans and useless arguments that contribute nothing to humanity and human development, I wonder if it is as a result of melanin, heavy carb diet, donkey sized genetals or the hot sun. The next leader of common wealth states (which controls at least 1,/3 of world trade) visited us, yet our concern is about who visited who, who has the best jellof rice and royal logistics rather than find a trade arrangement to lift us out of unemployment and extreme poverty

Most annoying thing is that,its the unemployed fools cum bloggers that notice all these rubbish...

1 Like

Re: Prince Charles In Ghana Vs In Nigeria With Traditional Rulers (Pictures) by Klassiq101: 7:15am On Nov 09
Our monarch lack class

Re: Prince Charles In Ghana Vs In Nigeria With Traditional Rulers (Pictures) by WrathOfHadez(m): 7:23am On Nov 09
iammo:
embarassed Africans and useless arguments that contribute nothing to humanity and human development, I wonder if it is as a result of melanin, heavy carb diet, donkey sized genetals or the hot sun. The next leader of common wealth states (which controls at least 1,/3 of world trade) visited us, yet our concern is about who visited who, who has the best jellof rice and royal logistics rather than find a trade arrangement to lift us out of unemployment and extreme poverty

You try... but Great Britain doesn't control 1/3 of the world's trade.

And the British monarch does not hold that kind of power over Government trade agreement.
Re: Prince Charles In Ghana Vs In Nigeria With Traditional Rulers (Pictures) by ClintonNzedimma(m): 7:56am On Nov 09
iammo:
embarassed Africans and useless arguments that contribute nothing to humanity and human development, I wonder if it is as a result of melanin, heavy carb diet, donkey sized genetals or the hot sun. The next leader of common wealth states (which controls at least 1,/3 of world trade) visited us, yet our concern is about who visited who, who has the best jellof rice and royal logistics rather than find a trade arrangement to lift us out of unemployment and extreme poverty
I swear, you too get sense

1 Like

Re: Prince Charles In Ghana Vs In Nigeria With Traditional Rulers (Pictures) by Just30: 9:15am On Nov 09
Guestlander:


King Prempeh I of Asante to be precise. He was deposed, made to prostrate before the British governor before being sent on exile.
yes
after they lost a war
they fought back and won
The British Governor was beheaded
https://www.eaumf.org/ejm-blog/2018/1/22/january-21-1824-british-governor-sir-charles-mccarthy-killed-at-bonsaso
Re: Prince Charles In Ghana Vs In Nigeria With Traditional Rulers (Pictures) by AlhajiYoung: 9:45am On Nov 09
When you look at things from an emotional point of view then u have an inherent problem of Seeing everything suspicious.

The Duke visited only one king in Ghana, while in Nigeria the Council.of Traditional Rulers were invited to meet with the Duke. First it Was sitting arrangement that was the problem. If he had visited the Sultan of Sokoto only, no be Islamization agenda una go de complain about.

Better change ur ways
Re: Prince Charles In Ghana Vs In Nigeria With Traditional Rulers (Pictures) by demoBaba: 9:57am On Nov 09
SolutionMee:
cheesy
One looks simple and organized.
The other looks crowded and disorganized.



Badmouth everywhere
Re: Prince Charles In Ghana Vs In Nigeria With Traditional Rulers (Pictures) by banio: 10:14am On Nov 09
Since England once conquered and ruled Nigeria, any traditional ruler could fly to Abuja to pledge loyalty. I don't think it should call for bashing
Re: Prince Charles In Ghana Vs In Nigeria With Traditional Rulers (Pictures) by kecyb(m): 10:19am On Nov 09
What a country we find ourselves!. Nigerians will never appreciate anything of their own. Ask the Prince himself and you will know which of the cultures he loves most and besides that was only the picture OP put up here. Even if the scenarios was the other way round, you will still here Nigerians saying "He was welcomed by many traditional rulers in Ghana and was taken to only one in Nigeria.
A shithole country indeed!
Re: Prince Charles In Ghana Vs In Nigeria With Traditional Rulers (Pictures) by prolog2: 12:04pm On Nov 09
Christistruth00:


With all respect and humility, the Obi of Onitsha was supposed to be sitting behind the Oba of Benin who was behind the Ooni of Ife.

The British Embassy Officials were just being “Polite”.
Actually, there is no significance attached to the positions where the monarchs were sitting for the photo. But since your oni was on the front row, I understand your attempt to exploit that. I guess if your oni were in the back you would be saying that those in the front were kissing charle's ass. Your oni remains a product of the British.And in case you really don't get this, these are monarchs of different kingdoms ! Only Yoruba stupidity makes you "rank" kings of different kingdoms ! It makes no bleeping sense !
Re: Prince Charles In Ghana Vs In Nigeria With Traditional Rulers (Pictures) by prolog2: 12:10pm On Nov 09
banio:
Since England once conquered and ruled Nigeria, any traditional ruler could fly to Abuja to pledge loyalty. I don't think it should call for bashing
and who told you anybody flew to pledge loyalty ? Sometimes I wonder if Nigerians have brains.
Re: Prince Charles In Ghana Vs In Nigeria With Traditional Rulers (Pictures) by prolog2: 12:12pm On Nov 09
banio:
Since England once conquered and ruled Nigeria, any traditional ruler could fly to Abuja to pledge loyalty. I don't think it should call for bashing
and who told you anybody flew to pledge loyalty ? Sometimes I wonder if Nigerians have brains. By the wsy, is abuja in england or in Nigeria. Who traveled the biggest distance, was it charles or was it Nigerian Kings ? You guys are all crazy !
Re: Prince Charles In Ghana Vs In Nigeria With Traditional Rulers (Pictures) by prolog2: 12:14pm On Nov 09
kecyb:
What a country we find ourselves!. Nigerians will never appreciate anything of their own. Ask the Prince himself and you will know which of the cultures he loves most and besides that was only the picture OP put up here. Even if the scenarios was the other way round, you will still here Nigerians saying "He was welcomed by many traditional rulers in Ghana and was taken to only one in Nigeria.
A shithole country indeed!
I swear, Nigerians are the dumbest of the dumbest. Charles comes all the way from london to pay respect to our kings and the stupid Nigerians on social media find a way to turn it upside down.
Re: Prince Charles In Ghana Vs In Nigeria With Traditional Rulers (Pictures) by Ayobami7(m): 1:03pm On Nov 09
this is my comment
Re: Prince Charles In Ghana Vs In Nigeria With Traditional Rulers (Pictures) by Christistruth00: 2:29pm On Nov 09
prolog2:
Actually, there is no significance attached to the positions where the monarchs were sitting for the photo. But since your oni was on the front row, I understand your attempt to exploit that. I guess if your oni were in the back you would be saying that those in the front were kissing charle's ass. Your oni remains a product of the British.And in case you really don't get this, these are monarchs of different kingdoms ! Only Yoruba stupidity makes you "rank" kings of different kingdoms ! It makes no bleeping sense !

Wasn’t this your statement before ?

prolog2:
There is only one Oba and he lives in Benin City.

1
prolog2:
Actually, Benin Kingdom is older than your ife and getbthis: Benin City is the capital of Benin Kingdom.

And this
prolog2:
I am tired of how the Yoruba just put efforts into bastardising the title of the Emperor of Benin empire. Each Yoruba village head is now calling himself Oba. The likes of the ooni and the alafin have already given up their own titles and have attached the word Oba to their names.

this

prolog2:

you yorubas are so desperate to have a history that you will forever keep trying to claim and still that of other people.
What a pity. I believe your history lays in brazil.


And this

prolog2:
Story, story, people will keep trying to derive glory for themselves by claiming to be superior to Benin. Benin doesn't need to claim anything because Benin is authentic. Waiting for the next story. The best doesn't need to derive recognition from claiming to be better than the second best, the second best needs to claim to be better than the best in order to gain fake glory.
Re: Prince Charles In Ghana Vs In Nigeria With Traditional Rulers (Pictures) by Damzy007: 3:39pm On Nov 09
Bloooody:

I warned you I would cure your stupidity you ignorant fool.
Nigeria is the capital of poverty with a high level of corruption and terrorism.
Ghana is one of the fastest growing economies in Africa, Most peaceful country in Africa, No terrorist.
Please take 2 capsules of anti-stupidity before you quote me again.

kindly keep me off your mentions and tell me why do you always vibrate each time theres this niaja vs oda countries issue, do you feel inferior in any way?
Re: Prince Charles In Ghana Vs In Nigeria With Traditional Rulers (Pictures) by prolog2: 3:58pm On Nov 09
Christistruth00:


Wasn’t this your statement before ?



1

And this


this




And this


There is only one Oba indeed, his title is Oba, Yoruba chiefs copied it in the colonial era.

I can claim that england is better than Greece, but I can not claim that the king of england is superior to that of Greece. You Nigerians are mentally ill. I am tired of always having to explain obvious things to you.
Also one thing you Nigerians never seem to understand is the difference between a village , a city and a kingdom. You guys think each village head is a king, you don't seem to understand that there are titled men whom are not kings. You don't understand that several cities and villages could be contained in the same kingdom. You dont get the fact that a kingdom is a country and it has its capital. These are things children are supposed to know, yet nigerian adults cant handle it.
Re: Prince Charles In Ghana Vs In Nigeria With Traditional Rulers (Pictures) by prolog2: 4:10pm On Nov 09
In essence, Nigerians are arrogant, dumb and lazy.
Re: Prince Charles In Ghana Vs In Nigeria With Traditional Rulers (Pictures) by Christistruth00: 4:25pm On Nov 09
prolog2:


There is only one Oba indeed, his title is Oba, Yoruba chiefs copied it in the colonial era.

I can claim that england is better than Greece, but I can not claim that the king of england is superior to that of Greece. You Nigerians are mentally ill. I am tired of always having to explain obvious things to you.
Also one thing you Nigerians never seem to understand is the difference between a village , a city and a kingdom. You guys think each village head is a king, you don't seem to understand that there are titled men whom are not kings. You don't understand that several cities and villages could be contained in the same kingdom. You dont get the fact that a kingdom is a country and it has its capital. These are things children are supposed to know, yet nigerian adults cant handle it.

Re: Prince Charles In Ghana Vs In Nigeria With Traditional Rulers (Pictures) by prolog2: 4:28pm On Nov 09
Yeah, you are only the second Yoruba today to promote the "work" of that yorubacentric Edo who defended the claims of Yoruba supremacists in his "work". How come you guys are always trying to dupe others and your methods are very infantile. Actually you guys just do that same stuff all the time. Do individual Yoruba people have brains or are you just bound to keep repeating talking points ?
Re: Prince Charles In Ghana Vs In Nigeria With Traditional Rulers (Pictures) by prolog2: 4:33pm On Nov 09
Anyway, I have wasted enough time on nairaland, for some reason there is always a troll who wants to "debate" me.
Re: Prince Charles In Ghana Vs In Nigeria With Traditional Rulers (Pictures) by Christistruth00: 6:45pm On Nov 09
prolog2:
Yeah, you are only the second Yoruba today to promote the "work" of that yorubacentric Edo who defended the claims of Yoruba supremacists in his "work". How come you guys are always trying to dupe others and your methods are very infantile. Actually you guys just do that same stuff all the time. Do individual Yoruba people have brains or are you just bound to keep repeating talking points ?

Re: Prince Charles In Ghana Vs In Nigeria With Traditional Rulers (Pictures) by Movingon: 7:50pm On Nov 09
Normally I try my best to ignor stupidity but in this case I will make an exception for posterity sake. Now LISTEN CAREFULLY

The oba of benin is far & above the oni of ife. If you must compare him with any yoruba kings it should be the Alafin of oyo not the oni who's stool never attained the status of an empire & traditional is just a priest who the british later coined to become a king. The kingdom of ife originates from benin. If you want to argue go ask ODUDUWA or any of your truthful Elders. That being said the BENIN EMPIRE in all its regin & glory never imposed its tradition & language on its subjects rather free will & kindness was always the order of the day. All that was needed was for the fallen kingdom in quote must become subservient & pay the require royalty to the CAPITAL & its KING. this mistake made the benin language to be exclusive to the benin people & not the entire empire. This is was diminished the benins after the fall of their empire & of course in todays nigeria, priority is given to major tribes based on their population & the number of states they occupy & as you know it comprises of the fortunate yorubas. This favours the oni much more than the oba. Then again what you are seeing are the first class kings in mordern day Nigeria & they are as well representing their geo political zones of which the oba is from the south south & the oni from the south west. For the avoidance of doubts there is body of NIGERIA TRADITIONAL RULERS & in this body again by the standards I have explained the Sultan of Sokoto & the Oni of Ife are the Co chairmen while the OBA of BENIN is the SECRETARY. All this are facts which can be easily verified if you are willing to know the truth but if you are still confused by their sitting arrangements then I bid you GOODBYE.... & GOOD RADIANCE. ....

1 Like 1 Share

Re: Prince Charles In Ghana Vs In Nigeria With Traditional Rulers (Pictures) by Movingon: 7:51pm On Nov 09
.....

Re: Prince Charles In Ghana Vs In Nigeria With Traditional Rulers (Pictures) by Christistruth00: 8:10pm On Nov 09
Movingon:
Normally I try my best to ignor stupidity but in this case I will make an exception for posterity sake. Now LISTEN CAREFULLY

The oba of benin is far & above the oni of ife. If you must compare him with any yoruba kings it should be the Alafin of oyo not the oni who's stool never attained the status of an empire & traditional is just a priest who the british later coined to become a king. The kingdom of ife originates from benin. If you want to argue go ask ODUDUWA or any of your truthful Elders. That being said the BENIN EMPIRE in all its regin & glory never imposed its tradition & language on its subjects rather free will & kindness was always the order of the day. All that was needed was for the fallen kingdom in quote must become subservient & pay the require royalty to the CAPITAL & its KING. this mistake made the benin language to be exclusive to the benin people & not the entire empire. This is was diminished the benins after the fall of their empire & of course in todays nigeria, priority is given to major tribes based on their population & the number of states they occupy & as you know it comprises of the fortunate yorubas. This favours the oni much more than the oba. Then again what you are seeing are the first class kings in mordern day Nigeria & they are as well representing their geo political zones of which the oba is from the south south & the oni from the south west. For the avoidance of doubts there is body of NIGERIA TRADITIONAL RULERS & in this body again by the standards I have explained the Sultan of Sokoto & the Oni of Ife are the Co chairmen while the OBA of BENIN is the SECRETARY. All this are facts which can be easily verified if you are willing to know the truth but if you are still confused by their sitting arrangements then I bid you GOODBYE.... & GOOD RADIANCE. ....

Re: Prince Charles In Ghana Vs In Nigeria With Traditional Rulers (Pictures) by Movingon: 8:16pm On Nov 09
Yes whats your point?
Re: Prince Charles In Ghana Vs In Nigeria With Traditional Rulers (Pictures) by Bloooody(m): 7:56am On Nov 10
Damzy007:


kindly keep me off your mentions and tell me why do you always vibrate each time theres this niaja vs oda countries issue, do you feel inferior in any way?
Nigeria as a country is inferior to other nations.
We're being compared to failed states like Somalia and South Sudan in education.
What else needs to be proven? Kindly get some knowledge
Re: Prince Charles In Ghana Vs In Nigeria With Traditional Rulers (Pictures) by GermanPoison(m): 1:33pm On Nov 10
Xaos:
What do you expect?

The queen recognizes non of them at all.
Our traditional rulers are all slaves to the British throne.

That's what I'd have typed if I had no sense but I do.

In Nigeria, we have some many important traditional rulers unlike Ghana where the Ashanti empire represents supremacy. So Prince Charles clearly wouldn't be able to visit each one in their Royal Palace like he did in Ghana.
Help me tell dem oh if Charles was to visit oni of ife or oba of benin he will sit on a normal chair n oba will sit on his throne

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (Reply)

Senator Dino Melaye Sitting On The Ground While Resisting Arrest (Photo) / Bayelsa Rerun: Governorship Election Results - LIVE UPDATES / 2face Idibia Visits Buhari In London In A Photoshopped Picture

(Go Up)

Sections: politics (1) business autos (1) jobs (1) career education (1) romance computers phones travel sports fashion health
religion celebs tv-movies music-radio literature webmasters programming techmarket

Links: (0) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9)

Nairaland - Copyright © 2005 - 2018 Oluwaseun Osewa. All rights reserved. See How To Advertise. 176
Disclaimer: Every Nairaland member is solely responsible for anything that he/she posts or uploads on Nairaland.