Ministry of the Interior Declares August 4th Statutory Public Holiday


In a press release issued by the Ministry of Interior on July 26th, 2023, the Minister for the Interior, Ambrose Dery (MP), officially declared Friday, August 4th, 2023 as a statutory public holiday.

This date, which marks Founders’ Day, is to be observed throughout the country.

The announcement, addressed to the general public, informed citizens that Friday, August 4th, 2023 has been designated as a day of significant historical importance and should be respected as a public holiday.

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Founders’ Day holds great significance for the nation as it commemorates the courage and vision of those who laid the foundation for the country’s development and progress.

By declaring Founders’ Day as a statutory public holiday, the Ministry of Interior aims to encourage the general public to reflect on the country’s history, appreciate the sacrifices made by the founding fathers, and foster a sense of patriotism among citizens.

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