Congratulation! King Charles III of Great Britain

Congratulation! King Charles III of Great Britain

King Charles III and Queen Camilla wave the crowd after the ceremony

Dear Editor,

The old order chan­geth yielding place to new. Lest one old custom should corrupt the world. God fulfils Himself in many ways. I have lived my life and that which I have done, may God Himslef make pure…But thou, if thou should not see my face again, pray for my soul” — King Arthur of Great Britain, ancient time.

It is much considered that Prince Charles’ coronation which took place on Saturday, 6th May, 2023, at Burkingham Palace, England, attracted numerous world leaders. Prominent among them were delegations from the Former British colonies of which Gha­na’s President, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo, The Asantehene, King Osei Tutu II, and others were there to grace the ceremony.

By courtesy of CITI TV, viewers were able to witness the grandeous dimension of the ceremony which was not only solemn, but also with an air of mixed feelings of sad­ness and joyous moments.

Sadness, because Her Royal Majesty Queen Eliza­beth II, of blessed memory, who had immensely endeared herself to the world was no more to be accorded Britain’s National Anthem of “God Save the Queen”, but whilst in her deep eternal peaceful rest, had her son, as required by British culture and norms to be accordingly crowned King Charles III of Great Britain in her succession.

May I at this moment ask readers to join me heartily say congratulations to His Majesty King Charles III and to hereby join all the British people in singing the chorus of the new British Nation­al Anthem, “God Save the King….”

It is our earnest prayer that the new King be equally granted longer life whilst on the throne and be of great blessing not only to the peo­ple of Great Britain but the world at large.

It is also believed that Britain as well as the world will have to accord unflinch­ing support to the New King just as he in turn will have to be fair and firm in the dis­charge of the onerous respon­sibility that lies ahead of him to ensure lasting world peace, stability and order.

Considering the wide range in age difference between King Charles III and his im­mediate predecessor, Queen Elizabeth II in the ascension to the sacred British Throne, let us all with one accord wish King Charles III success on the throne in the years ahead.

J.K Tetteh-Kpojie,

P.O.Box 10, Somanya, E/R.


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