The Kwahu Traditional Council has suspended the 2020 Kwahu Easter celebrations and other related activities indefinitely in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
According to a statement issued by the Council on Monday, the directive is to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 cases in Ghana.
The statement further said appointments and visits to various palaces in Kwahu has also been cancelled unless “they are extremely necessary.”
“All public engagements by Nananom within the Kwahu Traditional Council are canceled. Akwasidae should be celebrated with minimal contacts and restricted to indoor traditional ceremonies,” the statement indicated.
Amongst the role out measures issued, the chiefs and people of Kwahuman are to desist from travelling and suspend one-week observation of the deceased.
Read the full statement below: