Sonnie Badu: Gospel Musician Warns Ghanaians to be Careful After he was Exposed over his fake Degrees

Sonnie Badu: Gospel Musician Warns Ghanaians to be Careful After he was Exposed over his fake Degrees

- Sonnie Badu has gone angry amid trolls coming after he was exposed of possessing fake degrees

- He has warned those making fun of him to be careful because he would not take such trolls lightly

- It has been found out that Sonnie Badu does not even have a university qualification

- All the degrees he flaunts online have been found to be awarded by a school that does not exist and thus has no accreditation

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Sonnie Badu has gone angry amid many trolls on social media after he was exposed for lying about his many degrees.

He has called himself a Doctor of education, and even on his social media page, he identifies himself as “DR.SONNIE BADU D.D D.Mus Ph.D.”

However, it has been established that he does not even have any university qualification prior to him flaunting his fake degrees online.

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Sonnie Badu: Gospel Musician Warns Ghanaians to be Careful After he was Exposed over his fake Degrees
A collage of Sonnie Badu. Photo credit: @sonniebaduuk/Instagram
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This has earned him massive trolls on social media and he is obviously not happy with it.

In a new video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Badu, very angry, warned those making fun of him to be very careful.

He stressed “be careful, be careful, be careful, be careful”, adding that it is not everyone who would take such trolls lightly.

He boasted of having written 24 books, and “still building”. It is unknown if he is building his home or building his career.

According to him, it is important to learn from those who have gone ahead of others in life and ask questions on how they got there so that one can learn from them.

He further advised the youth to learn from people who have worked hard and do the same.

He expressed disappointment in Ghanaians and warned that “finding a trend for someone’s hardwork is not the way to go if we want Africa to go forward.”

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According to Badu, whoever was behind his fake degrees wahala could have gone to him personally to ask questions, rather than going behind him to probe and then put the information online.

If you see someone doing well, you push and support them, and not for you to bring them down,” he said with a sad voice.

Source: Yen

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