Well, a lot really transpired over the weekend hence browngh.com seeks to bring you a gist of it together all with newspaper headlines of today Monday, July 27, 2020.
The Ministry of Finance over the weekend presented the mid-year budget review and one lucrative offer that goes in favour of Ghanaians is that for the next three months, Ghanaians will enjoy free water and electricity. This is also confirmed by the president of the land.
As of yesterday, July 26, 2020, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo delivered his 14th nation address and he spoke lengthily on the new measures put in place to curb the deadly virus.
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First of all, he revealed that the nation’s cases have surged to 32,967 with 29,494. Stating that death cases still stands 161 but active cases now count to 3,307.
With the new measures put in place, he said churches henceforth can contain more than 100 people and can also worship for more than one hour. Giving more space, he said commercial busses can now ‘load’ fully.
Shockingly, he said right after all final year students finish writing their final exams, all private and public schools will hit back to the classroom.
Read all the subsequent speech here and have a look at the newspaper headlines below;