Dr. UN to roll out talent hunt show to improve entertainement industry

Dr. UN to roll out talent hunt show to improve entertainement industry

- Dr. Kwame Fordjour, popularly known as Dr UN, says he is rolling out a new talent hunt show

- He said the show is dubbed Talent Crush, and this will nurture talents for the entertainment industry

- Dr. UN also spoke about his arrest and consequent release

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Dr. Kwame Fordjour, the man behind the infamous UN Awards that trended in the entertainment industry recently, has said he is rolling out a new award scheme.

Dr. UN, as he is popularly called, said the show is dubbed Talent Crush, and is aimed at discovering and nurturing talents to improve the entertainment industry.

He disclosed that plans are far underway for the programme to start from December 17, to December 31, 2020.

Dr. UN to roll out talent hunt show to improve entertainement industry
A collage of Dr. UN. Photo credit: @drun. Source: Instagram
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He was reportedly speaking in an interview with Kumasi-based Angel FM, according to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Ghpage.com.

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The winner of the show, Dr. UN revealed, will take home a brand new salon car.

Speaking about his arrest, Dr. UN said that situation made him see that he has so many loved ones and committed followers.

According to him, some Members of Parliament, Ministers, and media people visited him while in the police cell to strengthen him.

He added that those people all promised to do what they could to get him out of the cell and they did just so.

Dr. UN also said his arrest will not stop his dream of ensuring that Ghanaian musicians get global recognition.

In this vein, he said he is committed to giving out more awards to those who deserve it.

He rose to fame following some awards he presented to some celebrities, including Sarkodie.

Others who got that fake awards are Berla Mundi, Graphic News Editor, the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ghana, Johnny Hughes of TV3, who makes a tall list published earlier by YEN.com.gh.

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We also published the video of Sarkodie taking the fake awards at the ceremony with pride. He was in the company of another friend.

Sarkodie’s demeanour as he came to sit at his table proved how much he felt about being recognised by Dr. UN and his team.

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