Ghana’s Interior Ministry has published a list of statutory public holidays and commemorative holidays that will be observed in the country in 2022.
According to the Ministry, the country will have 13 statutory public holidays and two commemorative holidays this year.
Two of the statutory public holidays, New Year’s Day (January 1, 2022) and Constitution Day (January 7, 2022) have already been marked, leaving 11 more statutory public holidays for the remainder of the year.
The remaining holidays are Independence Day (March 6), Good Friday (April 15), Easter Monday (April 18), May Day (May 1), Eid-Ul-Fitr, Eid-Ul-Adha, Founders’ Day (August 4), Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Day (September 21), Farmers’ Day (December 2), Christmas Day (December 25) and Boxing Day (December 26).
The Ministry further noted that the two Commemorative Days, African Union Day (May 25) and Republic Day (July 1) would not be observed as public holidays.
Statement from the Interior Ministry