"I find it hard to believe that almost thirty years have passed since I arrived in this city and finally I was able to return here, Ladies and Gentlemen, all I can say is that" God do not take my bread! "
TDrawing on the serious message behind his speech, the ties between Britain and Nigeria and the country's youth innovation, he announced plans to bring projects supported by the Prince International Trust to help entrepreneurs.
"Your Excellencies, ladies and gentlemen," he continued. "Unfortunately, my time in Lagos, and indeed in Nigeria and West Africa on this tour, is coming to an end quickly, and I must say goodbye to all of you soon.
"As I'm sure you all will agree," If the person also likes to party, go and follow the dish washing. "
"I will take with me, however, so many special souvenirs from Nigeria and Lagos, and their essential place within our Commonwealth Family.
"I would hardly say that I hope, very much, that I can return before long. In the meantime, I will remember, with such care, the warmth of the welcome I received here, and in particular the remarkable vibration and energy of this extraordinary city. "