- Dr. UN has received a rousing welcome at the Kwame Nkrumah Circle
- He was treated like a celebrity as many people ran to catch a glimpse of him
- Dr. UN became popular following the fake UN award he gave to over 22 personalities
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Dr. Kwame Fordjour, the man behind the infamous fake UN awards given to some Ghanaian celebrities, have received an exciting welcome at the Kwame Nkrumah Circle.
Popularly known as Dr. UN, Kwame Fordjour had gone to Circle to perhaps, get some things for himself.
He appeared surprised per the look on his face as people came to mob him. Many of them were seen without face masks.
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Dr. UN became an internet sensation following the fake United Nations Award he gave to some Ghanaian celebrities.
Some of these celebrities are Sarkodie, Berla Mundi, D-Black, Alban Bagbin and the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ghana, who make the tall list of receivers as published earlier by YEN.com.gh.
Until he was busted, the receivers of the award did not know that they had received a fake award. Fordjour was allegedly caught and exposed by two young men.
Those involved were rumoured to have paid large sums for the awards, with D-Black paying up to GHC5,000, according to Shatta Wale.
They all deleted photos of the award from their social media pages as soon as Dr. UN was uncovered.
He has stated unequivocally that he does not need the UN's consent before he organises any award scheme.
Dr. UN said he has a competent team in Ghana which is qualified to award whoever he chooses, stressing that the award is not fake.
YEN.com.gh published a video of Sarkodie walking with pride at the event after he took his fake award.
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