Invictus Games: Prince Harry Inspects Guard Of Honour, Meets CDS


The Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry, arrived the Defence Headquarters (DHQ) complex on Friday, where he held a closed-door meeting with the Chief of Defence Staff (CDS), General Christopher Musa, and other senior Military officers.

Harry, who visited the Defence Complex in company of his wife, Meghan (Duchess of Sussex), and other foreign officials, inspected a Guard of Honour mounted by personnel drawn from the three Services.

New Telegraph reports that the royal visit, which is at the instance of the defence chief, will afford the retired military officer the opportunity to promote the Invictus Game in the country.

The international sporting activity, which was founded in 2014, focuses on wounded personnel and other veterans.

The Duke, and Duchess, who were received by the wife of the CDS/President of the Defence and Police Officers’ Wives Association (DEPOWA), Mrs. Oghogho Musa, were treated to a cultural troupe that exhibited patterned movements, and stylised dance steps.

New Telegraph

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