Bridget Otoo is a Ghanaian freelance journalist, media personality and public relations officer, who is now a cement distributor 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 strong voice on the current issues around the country through her constant criticising Twitter comments. And she is tagged to be a supporter of the National Democratic Congress.
Since yesterday, the hashtag “Fixthecountry” has been trending, where Ghanaians on Twitter has been pushing for a change in the way the country is being run.
This has made Bridget Otoo comment and she has written on her Twitter page that Ghanaians have entrusted all the resources into the hands of the current government and the citizens have every rights to demand the basics such as electricity, water and among many others fixed.
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