President Akufo-Addo is expected to address the country tonight on the progress made in the fight against coronavirus.
The confirmation was made by the Minister of Information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah on Twitter.
This would be the President’s 11th address since the pandemic was first recorded in the country.
In his last update, the President eased restrictions on public gathering making it possible for churches and mosques to operate while observing the recommended protocols he highlighted.
While the borders were left closed, schools were reopened for final year students at the university, senior high and junior high level to prepare for their examination.
President Akufo-Addo also announced a ‘no mask no entry’ policy to be employed by all companies to help avoid the spread of the virus.
Today, many Ghanaians are looking forward to the new update and restrictions the President would be announcing.
Thanks, Honourable. Looking forward to the President’s address and further updates from public health authorities on case management.
— Alfred (@CallmeAlfredo) June 14, 2020