Harry and Meghan end their Nigerian tour with a lively and sporty vibe.

Prince Harry and Meghan concluded their three-day visit to Nigeria on Sunday, wrapping up their trip aimed at promoting Prince Harry’s Invictus Games for wounded military veterans. The couple engaged in various sports and dances in Lagos, emphasizing unity through sports.

Starting their visit in Abuja, where they attended a school event on mental health and met wounded soldiers, they later participated in a basketball event with the Giants of Africa Foundation in Lagos. Prince Harry highlighted the transformative power of sports in bringing people together and breaking down barriers.

Founded by Prince Harry a decade ago, the Invictus Games aims to aid wounded veterans’ recovery through sports.

The couple also met with Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu and discussed mental health and the potential hosting of the Invictus Games in Nigeria. Governor Sanwo-Olu praised Meghan’s Nigerian heritage, and Meghan expressed gratitude for the warm welcome, acknowledging her Nigerian roots.

The visit included engagements with veterans, discussions on women in leadership with Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, and participation in a seated volleyball match in Abuja before concluding their tour in Nigeria.

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