The Ministry of Interior under the auspices of the Government of Ghana (GoG) has indicated some days which Ghanaians should consider as statutory public holidays and commemorative days in the country.
The Ministry in a release copied to Educationweb.com.gh indicated Saturday 6th March 2021 is an Independence Day, Thursday, July 1 as Republic Day and Tuesday 25th May 2021 as African Union Day.
|New year’s Day||1st January||Friday|
|Constitution Day||7th January||Thursday|
|Independence Day||6th March||Saturday|
|Good Friday||2nd April||Friday|
|Easter Monday||5th April||Monday|
|May Day (Workers Day)||1st May||Saturday|
|Founders Day||4th August||Wednesday|
|Kwame Nkrumah Memo Day||21st September||Tuesday|
|Famer’s Day||3rd December||Saturday|
|Christmas Day||25th December||Saturday|
|Boxing Day||26th December||Sunday|
|African Union Day||25th May||Tuesday|
|Republic Day||1st July||Thursday|
According to the Nandom Member of Parliament and Interior Minister, Mr Ambrose Dery, Commemorative Days would not be observed as public holidays.