Nigerian King who Harry called his ‘in-law’ is ‘CONMAN jailed over £247k fraud’

A NIGERIAN KING whom Prince Harry referred to as his “in-law” is said to be a conman who has been deported twice from the United States.

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex paid a three-day visit to Nigeria last weekend.

The Sussexes began their “faux-royal tour” with a visit to Lightway Academy, a primary and secondary school in the city.

They then visited Nigeria’s defence headquarters on Friday to meet with military wives and senior officials.

The next day, Harry was photographed playing volleyball, and Meghan referred to Nigeria as “my country”. During their visit, the couple met with the rulers of four different states in Lagos on Sunday.

At the gathering, Harry playfully called the Nigerian royals his “in- laws” and said “I’ll skip the protocol because at this point we’re all family”.

Among them was the Oluwo of Iwo, Oba Abdulrasheed Adewale Akanbi of Osun State.

According to Gareth Russell, “an alternative royal family is emerging”.On The Sun’s Royal Exclusive show with Matt Wilkinson, he stated: “To all intents and purposes, that is a real possibility.”

The trouble with the Sussexes is that once you start doing anything like that, people become a lot more critical of what you do outside of that, like commercial ventures or quasi-royal tours.” People will put them under more scrutiny since they’re calling it ‘The Office of Harry and Meghan’.”

That’s intriguing. I wonder if it’s part of a strategy to shift away from the negative headlines they’ve received in the previous year or two.”Is it a bit more social conservative direction, with themselves as royals in exile, for lack of a better term?

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