Kwame Owusu Fordjuor who is the initiator of one of the nation’s most controversial award schemes has apparently been arrested.
‘Dr. UN,’ as he is famously known, was pick up at the premises of Kumasi-based radio broadcast, Hello FM by National Security agents after an interview.
Mr. Fordjuor is the coordinator for the notorious ‘Worldwide Blueprint Excellence Awards’ which has been described by numerous individuals as a scam following disclosures that it had no connection with the United Nations (UN) as he had promoted.
He had been accused of utilizing the United Nations and previous UN Secretary-General, Kofi Annan’s name to make the award seem tenable.
A video has anyway surfaced online that shows Mr Fordjuor being rushed out of the Hello FM by people accepted to be with the nation’s security offices while some staff of the station looked on.
The so called representative is found in a quarrel with the security staff while requesting to sees an arrest warrant.
One of the people is heard in the novice film telling ‘Dr. UN’ to comply with the workforce. He has additionally seen ranting and he is guided into a salon vehicle.
Sources state Dr. UN was arrested in 2018 for a comparable occasion held in the Ashanti Region which had been referred to as fake. He got arrested all the while and later conceded bail.
In the months that followed, sources indicate he failed to appear in court whenever the case was called, an encroachment for which the Asokore Mampong Magistrate court gave a warrant for his arrest.
In any case, the most recent occurrence which started a turmoil among Ghanaians appears to have contradicted his bail conditions.
Mr. Fordjuor has since been remanded by the Asokore Mampong Magistrate Court for about fourteen days in police custody.
Hours after his arrest, social media users are flowing film said to be that of an apparently generous ‘Dr. UN’ behind bars
The Global Blueprint Excellence Award took place on August 28, in Accra horned a large number of Ghanaian celebrities and individuals including Sarkodie, D-Black, Nathaniel Attoh, Daughters of Glorious Jesus, Natalie Fort, and numerous others.