Bridget Otoo is a Ghanaian freelance journalist, media personality and public relations officer. She is currently a businesswoman, who deals in building materials especially cement served after she resigned from TV3 Network Limited as a broadcaster and news anchor.
She is also an advocator for women empowerment as well as -lgbtq+ community in Ghana. She is well known for her controversial comments on national topics as well as her support for the former president.
This morning, there have been several discussions on the state of the educational system in the country especially the SHS shift schooling system. Bright Otoo also reacted to the issue and posted on her Twitter page that the teachers in the various schools are afraid to talk because they are afraid of losing their jobs.
Her comments raised some reactions from her fans, where some people claimed that the learning materials for the basic schools haven't arrived despite the change in curriculum.
Others who were parents with their wards in SHS commented that the shift system is disturbing their children because they do not stay in school for long but rather have longer vacation periods. And the teachers are not able to complain to the authorities but are rather calling the parents for help in terms of finances.
What do you think of the claims of Bridget Otoo? Have been also affected by the shift system of education? Share your opinions with us in the comments section below.
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