The Freelance and outspoken Journalist Bridget Otoo, who appeared as media personality and public relations officer has shared a stunning photos which has gone viral on social media.
The Former TV3 news anchor has been spotted in some viral photos having a very nice moments enjoying on the sea. As she wrote; "Sekondi girl loves water". Bridget who has stayed more than 20 years in Sekondi Takoradi in the Western Region of Ghana feels enjoyable whenever she visited that jurisdiction.
She took to social media flaunted her beauty seated quietly in a beautiful boat having good memories. The broadcaster is spending a quality time with water in her latest pictures.
The post of the prominent journalist has gathered a lot of comments from her followers. She has been regarded as the most beautiful with brains and vociferous. Indeed the adorable photos of Bridget has cause confusion online and they keep talking about it.
Below are some of the comments.
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