2021 Statutory Public Holidays In Ghana & Commemorative Days
The Ministry of Interior under the auspices of the Government of Ghana (GoG) has released the 2021 Statutory Public Holidays In Ghana & Commemorative Days for the Republic of Ghana for the year 2021.
The Ministry in a press release sighted by NewsVibz indicated Wednesday 4th August 2021 as Founders Day, Tuesday, 21st September as Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Day and Friday 25th December as Christmas 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 Memorial Day||21st September||Tuesday|
|Farmer’s Day||3rd December||Friday|
|Christmas Day||25th December||Saturday|
|Boxing Day||26th December||Sunday|
It is to be noted that there is no fixed dates for Eid-Ul-Fitr and Eid-Ul-Adha because they are movable feasts. The dates for their observation are provided by the Office of the Chief Imam in the course of the year.
|African Union Day||25th May||Tuesday|
|Republic Day||1st July||Thursday|
Note: Commemorative Days would not be observed as public holidays.