- Berla Mundi has finally reacted to an award she received from Dr Kwame Fordjour
- She took to social media to tease herself over the whole issue
- Many top celebs were gathered at the Alisa Hotel in Accra to be honoured for their immense contribution to society
Award-winning on-screen personality, Berla Mundi, has opened up about the controversial award she received in Accra from one Dr Fordjour who claimed to be a UN representative.
The award was handed over to the TV star for her contribution to media excellence in Ghana but it has come to light that the award scheme is fake.
In reacting to all the noise that is being made on social media following the release of the new findings that the award scheme is not credible, Berla Mundi has spoken.
She took to her Twitter page to lament the harm the award and its convener, Dr Kwame Fordjour had brought to her.
Berla Mundi borrowed the famous words of Rev Daniel Obinim and indicated that the award was fake.
"Eeeii so the ‘fake is award’? Eyes Akoa yi ay3 madi k3se.... Yenko psalm 121"
Many fans of the TV personality took to the comment section to bash he some more with funny comments, emojis and GIFs.
Berla then also borrowed another popular trend which came from Mrs Florence Obinim and asked that her fans and followers read Psalm 121.
She posted a photo of herself along with the caption which saw her wearing a pink dress and beaming with her usual infectious smile.
It was reported that many celebs including musicians, journalists, politicians, educationists and chiefs, thronged the Alisa Hotel in Accra to be honoured for their roles in society.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a close friend and neighbour of Dr Kwame Fordjour or better still, Dr UN, has recounted how he played a pivotal role and his educational career some years ago.
According to a social media user known as Gyedu Jones, he was always motivated and inspired by Kwame Fordjour who was his senior in JHS.
Jones Gyedu narrated that while growing up, Dr Fordjour encouraged him to pursue science in the senior high school and also told him stories about the popular National Science and Maths Quiz (NSMQ) when he (Jones) was on vacation.
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