GES Has Suspended 6th March Celebrations Among Students
Ghana Education Service has written to all regional Directors to Suspend 64th Independence anniversary parade.
Management is in receipt of a letter dated 11th February,2021 from the Chief of Staff, Office of H.E the President of the Republic directing the suspension of this year’s 6th March Celebration all all it’s related activities in the Regions, Metropolitan/Municipal/District Assemblies across the country due to the high prevalence rate of COVID-19 cases in the country.
Consequently, management of the Ghana Education Service wishes to inform all Regions that the 64th Independence Anniversary Parade on 6th March, 2021 has been suspended forthwith across the country.
All regional Directors are therefore entreated to bring this important directives to the notice of Metropolitan/Municipal/District Education Directors and Heads of all institutions under their jurisdiction for strict compliance.
The letter was signed by Anthony Boateng, Deputy Director General (MS) for Director General.
Every year students across the country celebrate independence anniversary in parade grounds at district and regional capitals in the country, due to the high rate of COVID-19 infections, it’s a good idea for Ghana Education Service to suspend the celebrations among students.
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