Meghan Markle ‘loved’ by Nigeria: ‘People have spoken’

Nigeria Embraces Meghan Markle with Open Arms: Public Acclaims Their Support

Nigeria has recently accorded Meghan Markle with an affectionate moniker, following her visit to the country.

The Duchess of Sussex, who, alongside Prince Harry, commemorated the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games in Nigeria last week, has garnered significant affection from the local population.

On the social media platform X, an enthusiastic user wrote, “Can you grasp the magnitude of this event?! Incredible! 3 reputable monarchs journeyed from their domains to Lagos to confer honor and acknowledge Meghan’s new status. She’s been embraced as Nigeria’s own princess, bearing the title Ada Mazi, Omu of Arochukwu Ancient Kingdom. This is truly significant!”

Another added, “Please allow me to correct you – there were actually 4 monarchs. The Oluwo of Iwo was also present and both Harry and Meghan were presented with traditional Aso Oke fabrics and exquisite coral bead accessories. The message from Nigeria is clear – we adore Princess Meghan!”

Yet another commenter celebrated, “The warmth for her in Nigeria was so genuine that she was legitimately honored with a noble designation. She’s now known as Princess Meghan, officially Her Royal Highness, the Duchess of Sussex in Nigeria.”

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