“I’m Keeping The Award On Second Thought” – Sarkodie Speaks About The ‘Fake’ UN Award

Leader of the SarkNation fanbase, Sarkodie, has passed some comment on why he is keeping the fake Awards rewarded to him by Dr. UN. 

The Ghanaian rapper has made it known that he is keeping the fake Awards after having his second thought about it. 

According to Sarkodie, keeping the award presented to him by Dr. Kwame Fordjour popularly known as Dr. UN isn’t a bad idea.  This is because he sees the award to be genuine. 

He continued that the Dr. UN had a good idea of rewarding hardworking Ghanaians for their good job and effort , but the strategy he used to organize the awards (using the name United Nations) was wrong.

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The rapper further explain how he fell into Dr. UN’s trap saying that Dr. UN contacted him, his Manager Angelo and informed them that the UN planned to reward him for his excellent contribution to the music industry in Ghana over many years.

King sark agreed to go to the event to take his award after his manager gave him the go-ahead .  When they arrived at the venue, he felt something was quite not going well but decided to keep it cool . 

The ‘sarknation leader stated that he was astonished to see Dr. UN on stage presenting some of the awards to the winners, but that he thought everything was normal until Dr. UN took the microphone and began speaking. 

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That’s when he realized he (Dr. UN) was the one organizing the awards, not the United Nations.

Watch full interview below:



Tandoh Enoch is a Social Media Manager, Website Developer and Designer, Blogger, Content Writer and an IT Consultant . He is a creator and editor at Urbannewsgh.com, an online digital platform focusing on Credible and Timely news in Ghana and worldwide.

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