President Nana Akufo-Addo unveiled the Ghana@60 logo on Thursday, but many have already begun raising questions with the logo.
This follows the unveiling of the Ghana at 60 logo at the Flagstaff House on Thursday by the president, Nana Akufo-Addo.
Nana Addo explained that the Ghana@60 logo symbolized “the diversity and unity of our country and the aspirations of the Ghanaian people for a dignified and prosperous future.”
But a quick image search of the logo on the internet shows an exact image of the Ghana @ 60 logo but with different colours.
The logo appears to have been used by UNESCO as one of their International Festival Of Cultural Diversity celebrations.
Check out the logo used in an article on this blog in 2015 and on Pinterest.
And the Indian National Youth Foundation seems to have a similar logo:
Many have since begun asking questions as to whether this should also be described as a case of plagiarism or not.
Remember, this is not the first time the president is being accused of plagiarism.
He was said to have plagiarised his inaugural speech which apparently had some paragraphs copied from speeches of former presidents of the United States of America.