Survey On The Resumption of Religious Activities in Ghana

Survey On The Resumption of Religious Activities in Ghana


The impact of the Coronavirus pandemic on the lives of Ghanaians is varied. As part of the measures outlined to help stop the spread of the disease, the President of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo on March 15, 2020 announced the suspension of all public religious activities.

The Christian fraternity had to celebrate Easter, a major feast of Christians indoors as well as the Eid-ul-Fitr for the Muslims.

On May 31, 2020, the President in an address to the nation, eased the restrictions and suspension amidst a list of protocols to be observed as well as a limitation of the number of people to 100 and the time for the activity to one hour.

Almost a month on, what do Ghanaians think about this decision considering that it looks like religious activities are the only activities that are under these many protocols.

Global NewsWatch Media Communications LTD, managers of a faith-based online news portal is undertaking a survey to form an opinion based on the submissions of Ghanaians on this issue.

The research is divided into three: Catholic, Other Christian denominations and Muslims. Click on the link which applies to you. Your opinion is really important.

Your answers to the survey questions will be treated as confidential

For Catholics:

For Other Christian denominations:

For Muslims:

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