• Presidency removes speech writer accused of plagiarism

    Presidency removes speech writer accused of plagiarism

    President Muhammadu Buhari has removed one of his speechwriters, who caused him national embarrassment after he was alleged to have plagiarised US President Barack Obama.

    The president delivered the lines at the launch of a landmark campaign on September 8, unaware that part of the speech was lifted.

    Buhari in his speech for the “Change Begins With Me” campaign, said: “We must resist the temptation to fall back on the same partisanship, pettiness and immaturity that have poisoned our country for so […]

  • He is making his money – Mourinho blasts writer who revealed he would “break Wenger’s face”

    He is making his money – Mourinho blasts writer who revealed he would “break Wenger’s face”

    Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho, has insisted he does not have any problem with Arsene Wenger, despite quotes in a new book saying he would “break his face”.

    Journalist Rob Beasley, in his new biography of the Portuguese titled Up Close and Personal, revealed several conversations he had with Mourinho.

    Wenger, in his Friday press conference, also waved the controversy aside and said he will not read the book.

    Asked if he felt let down by Beasley making his quotes public, Mourinho said: […]

  • Trump Staff writer responsible for Melania’s plagiarized speech finally apologizes

    Trump Staff writer responsible for Melania’s plagiarized speech finally apologizes

    Donald Trump’s wife, Melania Trump gave her first major address before the nation two days ago at the Republican National Convention and many were impressed until they realized the former model plagiarized a number of lines from first lady Michelle Obama’s speech at the 2008 Democratic National Convention.

    Now not only has Donald Trump addressed it but Meredith McIver, the in-house staff writer from the Trump Organization that was responsible for the speech, released a statement apologising for the ‘confusion […]