Source:Ghana News Agency (Accra)
Posted: Saturday, September 3, 2016
Most recent follow-up news item: November 27, 2020
The Public Relations Officer of Ghana's Ministry of Food and Agriculture, Netson Akatey, has issued a statement to the media informing them this year's National Farmer's Day, on November 4, would not be a non-working public holiday in Ghana.
The aforementioned announcement that National Farmer's Day, on November 4, would not be a non-working public holiday in Ghana, goes on to clarify that "public holiday will be observed a month later, which is, Friday, December 4, 2016.", a date which is not in line with the list of official 2016 non-working public holidays in Ghana, announced earlier this year (2016-01-01), and is probably a typo.
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