Dr UN allegedly impregnates 17-year-old SHS Girl after promising to marry her; denies responsibility

Self-acclaimed Global Ambassador for the United Nations (UN), Kwame Fordjour who is popularly known as Dr UN has allegedly impregnated a 17-year-old SHS student.

The news was confirmed in a new and recorded video sighted by unitedshowbiz.com.gh in which he was asked to accept responsibility for impregnating the young girl or face embarrassment.

According to a video circulating on social media, Dr UN has placed a senior high school student in the ‘family way.’

Despite the fact that the young lady’s name is unknown, she was seen seated at a dining table with a woman thought to be her sister, as well as Dr UN himself, in a furious dispute over the pregnancy.

When questioned if he was responsible for the pregnancy, Dr UN denied it numerous times.

“I don’t accept this pregnancy. I don’t remember the last time I had an affair with this particular lady.

Perhaps she’s scared, to tell the truth because you’re here. I’m not responsible. I know she has a boyfriend but clearly I’m not the one. We’ve been intimate before but I don’t remember the last time.”

The young girl and SHS student on the other hand insisted that Dr UN is responsible and was ready to call her friend to testify to that effect.

According to the girl, she has been in a relationship with Dr UN for a while now and everything was going smoothly until she found out that she was pregnant.

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Dr UN promised to marry her sometime after school and so she was relying on his promises.

“If it means calling my friend to testify, I will. He is responsible. I don’t know why he’s denying it,” she said as she wept. – The young girl revealed.

Some people on social media reacted to the video by saying that if Dr UN can deceive someone like Sarkodie, the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ghana, then denying a pregnancy is an easy chore for him.

Dr UN, under the pretext of being a United Nations official, duped numerous notable Ghanaians, including Sarkodie, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ghana, Professor Ebenezer Oduro, and other senior politicians in the nation, sometime around 2020.

Source: unitedshowbiz.com.gh


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