- A social media user has called out gospel star Sonnie Badu over his academic and honorary credentials
- The man sent an email to an accreditation board to ascertain the authenticity of the schools and the degrees awarded
- In response to the mail, the alleged respondent said there was no school accredited by such a name
A social media user by name Manuel Mensah has made a claim that suggests that the academic and honorary degrees awarded to singer Sonnie Badu are not real.
In a series of posts sighted by YEN.com.gh, Mr Mensah quizzed why and how Sonnie Badu's school, Trinity International University of Ambassadors, would award him 3 degrees concurrently in the space of 4 months.
To satisfy his curiosity, Mr Manuel Mensah sent an email to the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) to enquire about the said school's existence.
According to him, the man of God was always posting his academic and honorary laurels on social media, but he was at a loss as to why the Wonder God singer was being awarded them so fast.
He said prior to the singer being awarded all the degrees, he did not hold any university qualification.
In response to the mail, one Eric believed to be a member and Information Administrator of the Council for Higher Education Accreditation said he was "unable to find any information to indicate that Trinity International University of Ambassadors is accredited."
However, Sonnie Badu has reacted to the allegation levelled against him and wrote: "Lions don't respond to frogs."
The Baba singer added that people who did not understand the grace he was carrying were trying to pull him down.
Meanwhile, outspoken TV and radio personality, Valentina Nana Agyeiwaa, famed as Afia Schwarzenegger has claimed in a video that her sons Irvin and Ian Geiling are womanizers.
While speaking in an exclusive interview with Ghanaian blogger Zionfelix on Zionfelix Uncut, Afia Schwar indicated that she was a mother and was not going to allow her sons to date just anyone.
She asked mothers like herself to put themselves in her shoes and see if they would watch their kids date people they did not approve of.
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