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Public Holidays In Ghana 2022


In this post, we are going to share with you all the statutory Public holidays in Ghana.

A public holiday is a big investment for a nation, so they are usually reserved for only the most important occasions. So the reasons for national holidays to be called can tell us a lot about the moments and people that have been important in a nation’s history.

Public holidays help us in the following way:

  • Promotes Cultural Unity among the people.
  • Increases time spent with family.
  • Gives time to follow your Hobbies & Passion so that you are relieved of your stress and enjoy unconditionally.
  • It also gives us a chance to travel, which makes us spend, thereby increasing in investment, and that’s good for a Healthy Economy.

Public Holidays In Ghana 2022

Below are the public holidays in Ghana for 2022 that must be observed as such;

Date Holiday Name Holiday Type Holiday Comment
January 01
New Year’s Day Public Holiday
January 03
New Year’s Day (in lieu) Public Holiday
January 07
Constitution Day Public Holiday
March 06
Independence Day Public Holiday National Day
April 15
Good Friday Public Holiday
April 18
Easter Monday Public Holiday
May 01
Workers’ Day Public Holiday International Workers’ Day
May 02
Workers’ Day (in lieu) Public Holiday International Workers’ Day
May 03
Eid ul-Fitr Public Holiday End of Ramadan
May 25
African Union Day Not A Public Holiday Commemorative Day
July 10
Eidul-Adha Public Holiday Feast of the Sacrifice
August 04
Founders’ Day Public Holiday
August 05
Founders’ Day (in lieu) Public Holiday
September 21
Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Day Public Holiday
December 02
Farmer’s Day Public Holiday 1st Friday in December
December 25
Christmas Day Public Holiday
December 26
Boxing Day (in lieu) Public Holiday
December 27
Christmas Day (in lieu) Public Holiday


Knowing the Public Holidays in Ghana is very important because it can help you plan your year well. We provided above all the statutory holidays expected to be observed in Ghana.

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