POLICE BANS EASTER FESTIVITIES
The Ghana Police service has warned and reminded the public that the ban on large public gatherings is still in force.
The service further threatened to arrest and prosecute individuals who flout the ban by holding conventions, crusades among other large gatherings during the Easter festivities.
A statement issued and signed by the Director in charge of the Public Affairs Department of the Ghana Police Service, Superintendent Sheilla Kessie Abayie-Buckman, 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.
She said as part of security measures put in place for the Easter celebration, uniform and plain cloth personnel would be deployed to ensure that individuals and group adhered to the Covid-19 protocols.
Read Statement Below: