Dr. Kwame Fordjour was trending for the whole of last two months. He is the face behind the infamous UN Awards that made a hit in the entertainment industry of Ghana recently. He successfully scammed big artists like Sarkodie and many others.
He was subsequently arrested by the police for giving out fake awards. Even in the cells, Dr UN was seen smiling and didn't show rumors.
Many Ghanaians expected that after he is released, he will be in the background for a while before showing up again. However, he is coming out with new projects.
First, he will launch another award scheme and then he will bring out a talent hunt show known as "Talent Crush". The main aim of the talent hunt is to discover and nurture new talents to improve the entertainment Industry. According to him, plans are underway for the program to start from December 17, to December 31, 2020.
What I do not know is whether Ghanaians will go for his projects looking at what happened in the previous award scheme or they will move away.
Do you think Ghanaians will patronize Dr. UN's shows?
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