Self-acclaimed diplomat and international ambassador, Dr Kwame Owusu Fordjour says his lyrical prowess has granted him the audience to participate in the popular Coachella music festival in the United States.
Fordjour has actually been a topic of discussion because last weekend after checks exposed how he handled to pull off a fraud with his alleged association to the United Nations (UN) as a worldwide ambassador.
Speaking in an interview on Accra-based Asaase Radio monitored by GhanaPlus.com, Dr Kwame Fordjour stated: "I do worldwide music, compose, write music and I have actually been all over the world and back. I have actually likewise done tunes that associate with Kofi Annan and I have actually been to Coachella in California of the United States."
Dr UN, as he's now known, arranged an award ceremony under the pretense of working with the United Nations and being an ambassador for the organisation. At a grand event in Accra, he awarded Ghanaian characters with citations, medallions and trophies for what he states are huge achievements in their different fields.
Significant names and characters in Ghana's home entertainment, education and media landscape who were caught up in the scam as victims were Hiplife artist, Sarkodie, media personality, Berla Mundi, Hip Hop rap artist, D-Black, Deputy Health Minister, Dr Bernard Okoe-Boye to name a few.
The United Nations Office in Ghana on its part has disassociated itself from an award scheme supposed to be connected with the United Nations and the Kofi Annan Structure.
The UN workplace on Monday, September 8, 2020 in a public disclaimer stated that the UN, neither in Ghana, nor anywhere else, had any affiliation with the Plan Global Obstacle Awards, nor with the company (Plan Mission), nor its personnel in any way, shape or type.
The statement which was provided by the National Information Officer, Madam Cynthia Prah from the Department of Global Communications, UN Information Centre in Accra discussed that all authentic UN notifications followed rigorous rules and treatments, and were revealed or released on its site portal.
The organisation likewise urged the general public to access real info by going to the pertinent UN Agencies' websites or the UN Ghana site.