The Ghana Police Service has served notice that security will be enhanced from Friday, April 2 to Monday, April 5, within which period Christians will mark this year’s Easter.
According to the Service, the celebrations will be characterized by religious activities and amusement events in Ghana.
But due to the restrictions imposed by the President with the legal backing of Parliament as a result of Covid-19, its officers will strictly enforce the laws.
It reminded religious groups that conventions, crusades, pilgrimages, and such large physical gatherings are not allowed while reminding others that carnivals, festivals, beach gatherings, street dances, processions, parades, and such likes are illegal.
These were contained in a statement issued by the Director of Public Affairs, Sheilla Kessie Abayie-Buckman on Friday.
Here is the Statement Below:
News Release: The Police Service will provide enhanced security for Easter and appeals to the general public for support especially in the enforcement of restricted public gatherings to stop COVID-!9. Read details from attached. pic.twitter.com/Kh7X6D3f2F
— Ghana Police Service (@GhPoliceService) March 26, 2021