Those who's kept up with the case of the plagiarized speeches may believe they've heard everything there is to hear about this story, but that would not be the whole picture.
Across the Ghanaian political divide sentiments have varied from outright indignation from critics, to a nonchalant 'it's not a big deal' from President Akufo-Addo's supporters. Nevertheless, very few of taken the time to compile a list of reactions after the story broke on international news outlets.
After international media houses like the Washington Post, Aljazeera, and The Guardian Nigeria carried the story, comments on the story went from cool indifference, sarcastic humor, to one reader who characterized Africans as being a people who lack originality.
Then there's the indifference and witty humor about the presidents looks.
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And one who hilariously didn't want Donald Trumps famous quote to be left out of the mix.
Some of the more scathing comments seem to come from Ghana's regional neighbor, Nigeria, with reactions from The Guardian Nigeria's publication of the same story.
President Akufo-Addo's speech during his inauguration has succeeded in inciting passionate emotion from across the political divide. Although many have hashed and rehashed the plagiarism allegations, Saturday's inauguration ceremony was without a doubt the best one yet.