Farmers Day Friday is not a public holiday - Interior Ministry

Most people on Social Media have been praying for Friday to be declared a holiday.

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The Ministry of Interior has indicated that Friday, November 4, 2016 is not a public holiday.

Members of the general public have been speculating that the day will be a holiday since the National Farmers Day will be marked on that day.

Most people on Social Media have been praying for Friday to be declared a holiday since they want to plan for the day accordingly.

But the statement signed by the Minister of Interior, Prosper Bani stated that "the statutory Farmers Day holiday which falls on Friday 2nd December, 2016, would be declared a public holiday appropriately."

Farmers Day is being marked earlier than the statutory day because of the general elections which is slated for December 7.

Find the statement here 

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