Speaking of holidays in Ghana, there are thirteen(13) statutory public holidays. Holidays are days set aside by custom or by law on which normal activities, especially business or work including school, are suspended or reduced. Generally, holidays are intended to allow individuals to celebrate or commemorate an event or tradition of cultural or religious significance.
Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Charles Nii Armah Mensah, known by his stage name as Shatta Wale has applauded the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Dr George Akuffo Dampare for doing a great job. Ever since Dr George Akuffo Dampare resumed office as the Inspector General of Police, things have changed, crime rate has gone down and also there's discipline in the system.
Saturday, 4th December 2021 The 37th edition of Farmers Day yesterday was celebrated in Cape Coast, the central regional capital. Giving the key note address, President Akufo Addo announced that his government had given clearance to the ministry of Food and Agriculture to recruit additional agric extension workers.
Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale has cheered the Inspector General of Police, Dr George Akuffo Dampare for working effectively. Since the time Dr George Akuffo Dampare continued office as the Inspector General of Police, things have changed, crime percentage has gone down and furthermore there's discipline in the framework.
Today, Friday 3rd December is Farmers Day in Ghana. It's a day to recognize the farmers both the large-scale and the backyard ones for their contribution and support to the life of Ghanaians. They are recognized for providing sustenance to us all through their farming. Without them, Ghana won't have a source of food production and so they deserve our gratitude and utmost appreciation.
Ghanaian farmers for their dedications and consistency in feeding the entire nation. Today which is the 3rd of December, 2021 is the day that is reserved for farmers who have been working tirelessly to see to it that no Ghanaian goes hungry. Celebrations have been ongoing in the entire 16 regions to honor farmers wherever they are.
The National Pledge is a short recital of words intended to mmotion Ghanaians to achieve great things for our motherland, Ghana. The right hand is often placed on the chest while reciting the Pledge. It is sung at the opening of important events such as football activities held in Ghana and even abroad, Farmers Day , Independence Day,Founders Day,and during the swearing into office of the elected President of the country.
Ghanaians celebrates the 2021 farmers day today, 3rd December 2021 . The theme for celebrations is Planting for Food and Jobs – Consolidating Food Systems in Ghana. The celebrations will be climaxed with a Grand Durbar and Award Ceremony at Cape Coast, Central Region. H. E Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is the Special Guest of Honour.
Today, Ghana Celebrated its farmers to encourage them to do more in the food crop production and to appreciate them about their hard works. Farmers are being awarded on the occasions for supplying the country with food stuff and other cash crops. Ghananewsprime.com has spotted a photo and video which are fast trending on social media.
The nation today, December 3, 2021 observed the 37th edition of Farmers Day. And as part of the celebration, farmers are honoured for their hard work. The national celebration took place at Cape Coast, Central Region where the president of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo delivered his speech.
The government announced that Election Day December 7, 2020 is a public holiday, having moved the statutory Farmers’ Day holiday from December 4 as the celebration had been marked in November to Election Day, December 7. This is a big relief in the labour sector. Over the years, getting people to go to work on Election Day has been a Herculean task. In most places especially in the public offices, productivity has been low on Election Day. Election day being a public holiday will save workers the anxiety
Many people may be surprised to learn that today is National Teachers Day. It is, unfortunately, the terrible fact, and only a few individuals are aware of it. We all know that teachers play a critical role in the growth of every country. These professionals are deserving of recognition.
His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa has thrown a subtle jab at Former President John Dramani MAHAMA accusing the latter of performing poorly in the agricultural sector during his leadership. Although he didn’t mention his name President Akuffo Addo in his speech at the Farmers Day celeberation kept on referencing the achievement of his government in the agricultural sector a vice versa of President Mahama from 2012 to 2016 . President Akkufo -Addo explained in a statement to mark the day that he inherited
In the month of love, we express our love for all. On Farmers Day, we share stories about foodstuffs and the processes involved. On Mother’s Day, we share inspirational and motivational stories about our dear mothers. February being the month of love, we wouldn’t be wrong to share our love stories, opinions about love and perceptions on the matter. Today, the matter on the table that we are about to discuss is the growing direction of attraction towards guys born on Friday (Kofi). I know by now you have
The New Patriotic Party (NPP) Chairman for the Sawla-Tuna-Kalba Constituency of the Savannah Region Mr Fuseini Mohammed was pursued with clubs and stones and beaten to mash purportedly by one Tingbani Bukari and his siblings from a network called Kunfusi on the grounds that they felt the honor of a tricycle motorbike ought to have been granted to him (Tingbani Bukari). The report says the NPP Chairman ran into a close by house where the proprietor attempted to stop the Kunfusi public yet the landowner himself
His Excellecy President Akuffo Addo, the first gentleman in the land of Ghana has declare Monday 7th December, 2020 as a statutory public Holiday by the power vested in him by the Executive Instrument. This arrangement was made due to the Pandemic virus Covid 19 to ensure and restrict the people to observe the protocols and make convenience to them to exercise their franchise. Also, the President made this declaration due to the proposal sent by the Electoral Commission(EC) in support with Inter-Party Advisory
Farmers Day – love the soil 2 chronicles 26: 1-10 When Uzziah was sixteen years old, he was made a king in Judah. He reigned in Jerusalem, the capital of Judah for fifty-two years. During his kingship, uzziah did what was right in the eyes of the Lord. He diligently sought God and God made him prosper. God made uzziah to overcome the philistines, the Arabians, the Ammonites and his fame spread even to the borders of Egypt, for God made him very strong. One other significant thing Uzziah did during his reign
Farmers day is celebrated 4th of December every year but will not be observe this year Friday, December 4, 2020, as a statutory holiday for this year’s Farmers’ Day celebration due to the fact below. The Farmers day was celebrated on Friday, November 6, 2020. Per the statement of the president, “lt will be inexpedient for Friday, December 4, 2020, which is a statutory public holiday to be observed as a public holiday.” “As such, Friday, 4th December 2020, will not be observed as a holiday”. The
Under section 3 of the Public Holidays and Commemorative Days Act, 2001(Act 601) the President has the power to declare any other day as a public holiday, instead of a day specified as a statutory holiday. In respect of this, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo- Addo has by Executive Instrument decaled Monday 7th December, 2020 as a public holiday. The Reason The decision was taken following the submission of a proposal to the President by the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission, Mrs Jean Mensa, which
In his tenure in office over the last three years and 10 months, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has witnessed the establishment of a vibrant agricultural sector in Ghana which has turned Ghanay into a food net exporter. The President observed, at the 36th Farmers Day, on Friday 6 November 2020, that the output of the agricultural industry had been nothing short of abysmal in Techiman, the capital of the Bono East region, as evidenced by its 0.9 percent rate of growth in 2014 and 2.9 percent in 2016. In