Monday, June 26 is a holiday

Ambrose Dery is the Minister of Interior[/caption] Monday, June 26 is to be observed as a statutory public holiday, according to the Minister of Interior. In a statement issued on Tuesday, Ambrose Dery said the day marks Eid-ul Fitr, the end of the 30-day Muslim fasting. Ramadan began in Ghana on Saturday, May 27. It ends on Sunday, June 25 with a celebration to be marked across the country the following day. Source: 3news.com|Ghana ]]>

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