Nana Akuffo Addo: No Independence Day Parade Due To Covid-19

In line with measures put in place to avoid large gatherings as the country continues to deal with COVID-19, President Akufo-Addo has suspended the mounting of parades as part of activities to mark Ghana’s 64th Independence Day celebration.

Again, he reimposes the ban on social gatherings about a certain number as part of measures to minimize the spread of the COVID-19 in Ghana.

All Education Directors and Heads of all schools have, through their Regional Education Directors, been asked abide the law imposed.

This directive will be the first time in the history of our country’s independence day celebrations as stated by the president of the republic of Ghana: “we are not in normal times“.


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