Bridget Otoo is a Ghanaian freelance journalist, media personality and public relations officer. She is now a cement seller 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 also known for her controversial comments on social and national issues.
Not long ago, a group of individuals were arrested in Ho which is the capital of Volta region. It was reported by the police that these people were members of the LGBT community, who were having a meeting and since it is illegal in Ghana, they were arrested for an unlawful assembly.
And since Bridget Otoo is one of the celebrities, who has openly declared her support for the group, she posted the hashtag “Releasethe21” on her Twitter page. Meaning that the police should free the people.
What do you think of the claims of Bridget Otoo? Should they be freed? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below.
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