- Dr Kwame Fordjour has come out to react to the disclaimer issued by the United Nations
- According to him, even the name written in the disclaimer was wrong
- The United Nations recently issued a press release distancing itself from Dr Fordjour and his awards scheme
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Dr Kwame Owusu Fordjour, noted for the viral United Nations-themed awards handed to some top personalities in Ghana has reacted to a disclaimer issued by the United Nations chapter in Ghana.
In speaking in a radio interview with Zylofon FM, Dr Fordjour indicated that he and his award scheme were not likely to get charged by the international organisation for false pretense.
He went on to say that the UN had not done their checks well and that the disclaimer that was issued had the name of his institution written wrongly.
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Dr Fordjour added that he had come out to clarify issues that were going and revealed that he went to the UN several times and they did not listen to what he wanted to do.
The UN is you and me, not those who feel too high over there
He went on to add that the UN was not an institution that had to be feared and that it was the institution used to preach peace.
When asked if the disclaimer issued by the UN about his credentials and his awards scheme should be disregarded, Dr Fordjour passed it up and said they even got the name of his organization wrong.
He added that the people who issued the disclaimer did not do their homework well as it is obvious that they did not know to who exactly the disclaimer was being issued against.
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Dr Fordjour added that he was personally registered with the UN under several agencies and unions because he was spearheading some SDGs.
He then went out to call the United Nations to boldly come out and say that their Resolution 2030 is fake.
Dr Fordjour revealed that he attended the Millenium Summit in 2000 so he was sure of what he was saying.
Meanwhile, the Ghana chapter of the United Nations (UN) has issued an official press release and disclaimed any knowledge of Dr. Kwame Fordjour or his United Nations-themed awards.
In the disclaimer sighted by YEN.com.gh and fast going viral on social media, the reputable outfit indicated that its attention had been drawn to an award scheme purporting to be linked to the organisation and the Kofi Annan Foundation.
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The disclaimer stated categorically that it did not have anything to do with Dr Kwame Fordjour or his "Blueprint Global Challenge Awards".
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