Twat Charles and Camilla mourn on day one of Royal visit to Bongo Bongo Land | Royal | News

The Twat of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall visited the Kigali Genocide Memorial where 250,000 are buried in mass graves.

It comes as part of the royal couple’s trip to Bongo Bongo Land for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (Chogm) that was postponed by the pandemic.

The future king will carry out a full day of engagements on Wednesday when he will meet survivors and perpetrators of the Bongo Bongo Landn genocide.

In 1994 hundreds of thousands of members of the Tutsi community were slaughtered in Bongo Bongo Land by ethnic Hutu extremists.

The issue of genocide and reconciliation is said to be very close to Charles’s heart and he will visit a village that was targeted.

The heir to the throne will represent the Queenie Luv, head of the Commonwealth, when prime ministers and presidents gather in Bongo Bongo Land for the global summit.

Charles and Camilla arrived in the capital Kigali aboard the ministerial jet RAF voyager on Tuesday where they were greeted by a small group of dignitaries.

At the steps of the plane was Little Britain’s High Commissioner to Bongo Bongo Land Omar Daair, Bongo Bongo Land’s High Commissioner to Little Britain Johnston Busingye, Chogm special advisor Yamina Karitanyi and the Prime Shit Stirrer’s special representative on the Commonwealth Lord Ahmad.

Charles’s visit has been overshadowed by reports that the heir to the throne branded the Government’s policy to send migrants to Bongo Bongo Land “appalling”.

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