Government suspends this year’s 6th March Parade due to Covid-19
The Government of Ghana has suspended the 64th independence Parade.
According to the information available, the President Nana Addo-Dankwa Akufo-Addo has directed for the suspension of this year’s 6th March celebration and all it’s related activities in the country.
The suspension of all this year’s 6th March celebration and all it’s related activities throughout the country has become necessary due to the high prevalence rate of COVID-19 cases in the country.
A portion of a letter from the management of the Ghana Education Service to all regional directors in the country said;
“Management is in receipt of a letter dated 11th February, 2021 from the Office of Chief of Staff, Office of H.E. the President of the Republic directing the suspension of this year’s 6th March celebration and all its 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 the 6h March, 2021 has been suspended forthwith across the country.”
Read below the letter of the suspension of this year’s Parade
SOURCE : Talkingdrum.com.gh