NPP explains plagiarism in Nana Addo's speech

NPP explains plagiarism in Nana Addo's speech

The Director Of Communications at the Presidency, Mr. Eugene Arhin has apologized for what he calls a complete oversight in the inaugural speech of President Akuffo-Addo.

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NPP explains plagiarism in Nana Addo's speech

NPP explains plagiarism in Nana Addo's speech

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The speech which was delivered today at the inaugural ceremony of the president and his vice has been fingered for plagiarism.

NPP explains plagiarism in Nana Addo's speech

NPP explains plagiarism in Nana Addo's speech

His speech had verbatim a quote from President George Bush’s inaugural speech which he also delivered in 2001.

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Eugene Arhin explained;

"My attention has been drawn to references being made to a statement in the speech delivered by the President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, at his swearing in on Saturday, January 7, 2017, which was not duly acknowledged.

NPP explains plagiarism in Nana Addo's speech

NPP explains plagiarism in Nana Addo's speech

I unreservedly apologise for the non-acknowledgement of this quote to the original author. It was a complete oversight, and never deliberate. It is insightful to note that in the same speech were quotes from J.B Danquah, Dr. K.A. Busia, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah and the Bible which were all duly attributed and acknowledged."

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Eugene Arhin

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