- The Interior Minister has declared two successive weekdays public holidays in a series of press releases
- The Minister, Ambrose Dery, has said May 2, 2022, and May 3, 2022, should be observed as public holidays
- The public holidays commemorate Workers' Day and the Eid-ul-Fitr, which is celebrated by Muslims across the world
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The Ministry of Interior has, in two separate releases, announced that Monday, May 2, 2022, and Tuesday, May 3, 2022, should be observed as public holidays.
In the first release, the Minister, Ambrose Dery, stated that because May 1, 2022, May Day is a Statutory Public Holiday but falls on Sunday, the president has declared Monday, May 2, 2022, as a public holiday.
According to the statement, Nana Akufo-Adoo by an Executive Instrument has declared Monday, May 2, 2022, as an additional public holiday.
The ministry also explained that the president's move is consistent with the Public Holidays and Commemorative Days Act.
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The release dated Monday, April 25, 2022 urged the public the day as a statutory holiday.
In a second statement, the Ministry of Interior stated that Tuesday, May 3, 2022, which marks the Eid-ul-Fitr, should be considered a public holiday.
Charlotte Osei Rejects Proposal To Be Appointed Supreme Court Judge
In other news, former Chair of the Electoral Commission (EC), Charlotte Osei, has rejected a proposal to be appointed a judge of the Supreme Court in 2025.
Since her removal from office in 2018, the former Chairperson of Ghana’s election management body has pursued a series of private activities.
She currently hosts Business Compass (BC), a weekly business television show that seeks to nurture and coach small business owners.
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Meanwhile, former President John Dramani Mahama has accused the Nana Akufo-Addo government of spending GH¢33 billion of Covid-19 funds to secure his 2020 election victory “at all cost”.
Speaking at the 24th African Business Conference organised by the Harvard Business School, Mr Mahama admitted that the pandemic had battered many African economies.
However, he also said some economies had handled the pandemic more successfully than others because they built a resilient economy before it struck.
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