Hilarious photos drop as Ghanaians exchange 'useless' items as awards in honour of Dr UN

Hilarious photos drop as Ghanaians exchange 'useless' items as awards in honour of Dr UN

- Ghanaians have shaken to social media with photos of themselves displaying miscellaneous items as UN awards

- This follows the popular Kofi Annan-UN Awards event that happened at the Alisa Hotel in Accra and honoured about 23 renowned individuals in Ghana

- The awards ceremony turned out to be unreal, which set social media ablaze with different kinds of reactions

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Rib-cracking photos have hit social media as some Ghanaians took to Twitter to 'honour' Dr UN, the organizer of the supposed fake Kofi Annan-UN Awards.

As would be recalled, many top Ghanaian celebrities and icons were awarded on August 28, 2020, at the Alisa Hotel in Accra for their outstanding roles in society.

As it turned out, checks made by some internet users have indicated that the award scheme was not credible and people have been reacting to that development wildly.

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Photos drop as Ghanaians exchange items as awards in honour of Dr UN

Photos drop as Ghanaians exchange items as awards in honour of Dr UN Source: Twitter, @cobbyarmstrong, @frankbecks2
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Check out some of the hilarious of people imitating photos below:

Cobby O. Armstrong honoured his wife for Extraordinary WIFE of Distinction in a similar fashion as Dr UN's awards

DerfliW dropped a photo displaying champagne bottles supposed to be awards he once received.

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Franky pounds caused another stir with liquid soap being exchanged as an award:

Popular comedian DKB also came with a video of himself holding cooking oil as an award from the UN

As a representation of a fake award, @donovanarthur7 said his photo showed a photo of what he thinks the award received by Sarkodie would look like after 12 months.

In a separate report, a video of the trending fake Kofi Annan-UN Award ceremony that many top Ghanaian celebrities and icons fell prey to, has surfaced.

The footage sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Facebook page of OMGVoice was an advertisement by the young man who paraded himself as a representative of the United Nations (UN).

As it turned out, checks made by some internet users have indicated that the award scheme is not credible and that the Ghanaian claiming to be coming from the UN and representing the international body was actually a fraud.

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