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17-Jul-2013  
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The Ministry of Information and Media Relations has released a schedule of events for the commemoration of the First Anniversary of the passing of the late President John Evans Atta Mills.

A programme outline from the Ministry that was made available to the Ghana News Agency on Tuesday stated that a Choral Concert would be held at 15.00 hours at the National Theatre in Accra on Sunday, July 21 2013 to mark the 69th birthday of the late President Mills.

On Monday, July 22, there would be the launch of the Atta Mills Foundation and the first in the series of annual Atta Mills Memorial Lectures at the Accra International Conference Centre at 15.00 hours.

A wreath-laying ceremony would be held at the Asomdwee Park at 13.00 hours on Wednesday, July 24, 2013 to observe the exact date and time the late President Mills passed away. Then at 16.00 hours same day, an International Hockey Gala would commence at the Accra hockey pitch.

The programme further indicates that Muslim prayers would be observed on Friday, July 26, whiles Seventh Day Adventist Churches would hold Special services on Saturday, July 27, 2013.

Also on Saturday, July 27, there would be a Foundation Stone laying ceremony at Cape Coast for the construction of the Atta Mills Memorial Research Library which will be affiliated to the University of Cape Coast, commencing at 09.00 hours.

A Non-Denominational Church Service would be held at the Robert Mensah Stadium (Siwdu Park) in Cape Coast at 09.00 hours on Sunday, July 28, 2013.
 
 
Source: GNA
 
 

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