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APC to sue NPP over gross academic dishonesty

The All Peoples Congress (APC) to sue the New Patriotic Party over what they call gross academic dishonesty.

The party believes the NPP have stolen their ideas without referencing them.

In a press statement signed by the general secretary of the party  Razak Opoku the "NPP leadership has exhibited highly gross academic dishonesty."

Below is the press statement:




 The All People's Congress(APC) shall sue the ideologically bankrupt New Patriotic Party(NPP) for clear thievery of our 2016 Manifesto which was launched on Thursday, 6th October, 2016.


The NPP leadership has exhibited highly gross academic dishonesty.


In fact the now Kalyppo People's Party is a political group of KalypoIncompetence and academic idiosy.



Razak Kojo Opoku

APC General Secretary

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