The police Criminal Investigation Department (CID) has not acted on the curious case of the Ghanaian who paraded himself falsely as a UN and Kofi Annan Ambassador.
Although the CID is yet to state an official position on the matter, GhanaWeb looked into what the fate of Kwame Owusu Fordjour would be if the police were to act.
Kwame Owusu Fordjour, who precedes his name with a “Dr,” dominated the headlines of major news outlets recently after it emerged that the awards and citations he presented to notable personalities in various fields of endeavour were all a sham.
Under the guise of working with the United Nations and the prestigious Dr Kofi Annan Foundation, his outfit, the Global Blueprint Excellence, organised an awards ceremony and presented trophies and citations to over 20 accomplished Ghanaian personalities who he described as having achieved extraordinary feats in their endeavours.
The UN and the Kofi Annan Foundation have since dissociated themselves from ‘Dr UN’.
According to a GhanaWeb source in the police, a cursory look of the issues presented by Mr Fordjour’s case suggests that his actions fall under fraud, which is one of the many types of Economic Crimes.
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