Is it because I'm short and not handsome that's why they don't like the award? - Dr UN speaks (video)

Is it because I'm short and not handsome that's why they don't like the award? - Dr UN speaks (video)

Dr Fordjour has been seen in a new video asking why some celebs are discrediting the award

He indicated that Sarkodie was very proud of the award and being recognized an international body

Dr Fordjour has taken over social media with his award scheme that has been revealed as fake

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Dr Kwame Fordjour of the now popular fake UN award scheme has once again been spotted in a video vouching for the authenticity of his awards.

In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, Dr. Frodjour was seen having a conversation with someone who appeared to be sitting in a car.

The person was challenging the authenticity of the awards scheme and added that all celebs who had been honored, have all deleted their posts from their social media handles.

Is it because I'm short and not handsome that's why they don't like the award? - Dr UN speaks (video)

Dr Fordjour. Source: Instagram
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However, Dr Fordjour indicated that his award scheme was very authentic and that he was sure that Sarkodie was very proud to have been singled out and awarded by an international body.

He went on to quiz why the celebs did not believe that the awards were real and had to delete the pots they made about them on social media.

Dr. Fordour inquired if it was because of his height or handsomeness that people were refusing to believe in his award.

The now popular alleged UN representative in Ghana said no one had verified the authenticity of the awards and stood his ground that of a truth, he was very legit.

He asked how the celebs came by their fact that his award scheme was fake when they were not workers or affiliated to the institutions he works for.

Meanwhile, a video of Dr Kwame Fordjour bragging about his recent escapades with his fake award scheme has surfaced online and is fast going viral.

In the video, Dr Kwame Fordjour now referred to as Dr UN, was seen in what looked like a small eatery with some people and was speaking about the UN award scheme.

Among many other things, he indicated that he was the one who could make people stars but people like him had been relegated to the background.

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