Dr Fordjour has reacted to claims that he is mentally-unstable
He indicated that no person with any form of mental illness can invite all the dignitaries who were at his function
The reported Ghanaian UN representative has been in the news for a while now following his award scheme
Dr Kwame Owusu Fordjour noted for his Global Challenge Awards, has responded to claims going around that he is mentally unstable and needs medical attention immediately.
While speaking in a radio interview with Sammy Flex on Accra-based Zylofon FM, Dr Fordjour indicated that all the people claiming that he was mentally unstable were rather sick and fake.
A rather livid Dr Fordjour quizzed the radio show host about how someone who is deemed mentally unfit can successfully host an event that saw many dignitaries in attendance.
He added that he was not going to respond to any of the mentally unstable claims going around because those making them were not up to his level.
Dr Fordjour went on to reveal that if the people making the claims were in his shoes, they would not make the same claims about themselves.
He added that he did not take any money from any of the awardees before giving them the citations.
According to Dr Fordjour, he had a number of enemies in the system and recounted how a journalist caused him to separate from his wife and one-year-old daughter.
He said all the people making the claims had never been to the kind of schools he had attended if they had, they would not talk anyhow.
Dr. Fordjour added that he is now a hero and that he had moved with the late Kofi Annan and he was telling his story.
"It is a sick person who knows a sick person", Dr Fordjour said when he was asked to finally confirm or deny the mental-health concerns raised by some of his critics.
He then added that he has classmates all over the world and even in the White House who called him after his issue went viral on social media because his phone number was out there in public.
Meanwhile, 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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