NPP plagiarized APC and NDC's manifesto – Michael Ola

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Entertainment of Monday, 10 October 2016



Michael Ola Sip GreenMichael Kwaku Ola

The former Public Relations Office for FIPAG, Michael Ola has just accused the New Patriotic Party (NPP) of plagiarizing both the National Democratic Congress and the All People Congress manifestos.

According to Mr. Ola, the NPP’s manifesto is just a combination of NDC and APC ideas on even ground.

On Sunday, 9th October 2016, the NPP launched their highly looked forward to manifesto at the trade fair centre, Accra in a grand style.

The event was well attended by top hierarchy party officials, supporters, registered members, floating voters and members of other political parties in Ghana.

Mr. Ola, after reading through the NPP’s manifestos took to Facebook and accused them of plagiarism.

He wrote; “Okay the verdict is out. NDC launch manifesto, npp says we stole their ideas? APC launches manifesto, NPP says they have stolen their verbatim? So I decided to read all three and awurade. NPP manifesto is a combination of NDC and APC ideas nkoaa. Now I understand their definition of CHANGE; “plagiarizing your opponents’ ideas, twist and turn sentences to make them look like your own. It b like nothing special biaa saa oooo. I CHOOSE MAHAMA. I CHOOSE NDC.”