Dr UN planning new award for Black Stars’ World Cup campaign
The notorious Global Blueprint Excellence Award’s creator, Kwame Fordjour, has announced plans to develop a new award program for Ghana’s 2022 World Cup campaign.
He claims that the new prize, which will be called the “Ghana for Gold” award, will be given out in an effort to boost support for the Black Stars.
This was said by Fordjour, also known as Dr. UN, in an interview on Deloris Frimpong Manso’s Delay Show.
“The ‘Ghana Go for Gold’ award I will be organizing this year is to help push the Black Stars to go for Gold in the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar,” he said.
“A song has even been composed by me for Queen Elizabeth to honour her.”
Fordjour gained notoriety two years ago after planning an awards ceremony to honor local personalities.
On August 28, 2020, the Alisa Hotel hosted the awards ceremony, where recipients from various backgrounds received recognition.
The false “UN Kofi Annan awards,” which went to people like Sarkodie, D Black, Berla Mundi, Jonnie Hughes, and Nathaniel Attoh, were given out.
Later investigation revealed that the rewards scheme was a hoax that only fooled the recipients by using the UN’s name.
Additionally denying any connection to the event’s organizers, the UN office in Ghana distanced itself from the entire undertaking.
On the Delay Show, when asked if he was a phony, Dr. UN vehemently denied it, claiming he has connections to influential individuals.
“I’m not fake and I don’t do scam Delay. We are all in Ghana and you have seen the kind of people I have awarded, do you still call me a scam?” he added.