Video of Ghana's longest-serving MP Alban Bagbin being awarded by 'Dr UN' drops

Video of Ghana's longest-serving MP Alban Bagbin being awarded by 'Dr UN' drops

- A video from 2015 has shown how 'Dr UN' known popularly as Kwame Fodjour awarded Alban Bagbin

- Alban received 2 awards namely The International Millenium Medal (2015) and The Gold Star of Order in Service to Humanity

- 'Dr UN' presented himself as Kwame Fordjour, a Global Ambassador in Africa for the United Nations (UN)

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An old video has surfaced online, showing 'Dr' Kwame Fodjour as he honoured Ghana's longest-serving member of parliament, Alban Bagbin.

In a snippet of a news report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Twitter, Bagbin received two awards dubbed The Global Public Leadership Achievement Awards.

'Dr UN' presented himself as Kwame Fordjour, a Global Ambassador in Africa for the United Nations (UN) who represented a functionary facet of the United Nations.

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Watch the video below:

The two awards received were The International Millenium Medal (2015) and The Gold Star of Order in Service to Humanity.

According to Kwame Fordjour, the UN had recognized the extraordinary contributions of Alban in pursuance of excellent leadership, which was the reason for the honour.

Alban Bagbin, at the time, received the awards and used the opportunity to urge Ghanaians to celebrate Christmas peacefully.

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Video of Ghana longest-serving MP Alban Bagbin being awarded by 'Dr UN' drops

Video of Ghana longest-serving MP Alban Bagbin being awarded by 'Dr UN' drops Source: Ghanaiantimes.com.gh
Source: UGC

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In a separate report by YEN.com.gh, 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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