Ghana Begins Seven Days Of National Mourning Today For Jerry John Rawlings
Ghanaians will today, Friday, November 13, 2020, begin a seven-day mourning period for the sudden death of former president Jerry John Rawlings.
All national flags will also fly at half-mast in all parts of the country from today.
“I have directed that all national flags should fly at half-mast for the next seven (7) days in all parts of the country, and have declared seven days of national mourning from Friday, 13th November to Friday, 20th November. In honour of the memory of former President Rawlings, the Vice President and I have suspended our political campaigns for the same period”, the President noted in a statement.
These presidential orders is expected to end on Friday, November 20, 2020.