The Prince of Wales was handed a calabash instrument, and while nervous at first, soon found his rhythm.
Prince Charles and the Duchess, Camilla, arrived in Accra on Friday to begin a five-day visit that will seek to improve bilateral ties between both countries.
On Sunday, they will fly to Kumasi, also in Ghana, to see a spectacular durbar, a ceremony paying homage to leaders, and have tea with The Asantehene.
Prince Charles may have chosen the simple moves because he was keen to avoid being mocked like Theresa May was when she danced with kids in Nigeria earlier this year. "Some of them were happy, some of them not so happy".
The Royal Highness' visit to Ghana comes at an "opportune moment", said British High Commissioner, H.E. Iain Walker. But we are in the happier period now. "It's a relationship that we value".
"As my wife and I prepare to embark on our upcoming tour of The Gambia, Ghana, and Nigeria, I did just want to take this opportunity to send you all our special greetings and to say just how much we are looking forward to meeting so many of you", he said. And of course, Camilla didn't disappoint with her first outfit choice, just like Meghan - opting to wear a beautifully tailored dress coat and pants for their first engagements, which included an official welcome and a traditional cultural performance at the Coco Ocean Hotel. Mike Ocquaye and other top Ghanaian government officials.
He was presented a pair of clickers on day one of his visit to Ghana and chose to go all out.
Prince Charles will meet with local policymakers to discuss renovations and reuse of the historic landmark, which will be in part of redevelopment efforts of Accra's waterfront.
Ghana is the ninth country to enter into the Commonwealth, an intergovernmental organisation comprised of 53 member states that are mostly former territories of the British Empire.