World Akufo-Addo: Ghana's President in Trouble for Plagiarising Bill Clinton's Speech



Ghana’s new president, Nana Akufo-Addo has entered soddy waters as he has been exposed for plagiarism, minutes after he was sworn in.

Part of his inaugural speech, where he promised honesty of purpose and reduced taxation, among other things, was found to have been lifted from the 1993 inaugural speech of former US President Bill Clinton.

He was also caught red handed in lifting a portion of the speech by another US president John F. Kennedy made in 1961.

On 20th January, 1961 President J. F. Kennedy during his inaugural address said, “if a free society cannot help the many who are poor, it can’t save the few who are rich”.

Akufo-Addo in his inaugural speech said the same thing on Saturday.

The intellectual theft was absolutely unnecessary as it only degraded the import of the new president’s message of hope to Ghanaians.


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Lol. Wahala dey. There are no more new speeches. Is plagiarism synonymous to 'Change' Agenda?