Bridget Otoo is a Ghanaian freelance journalist, media personality and public relations officer, who is now a cement dealer after she left her job an anchor on Tv3. She is also an advocator for women empowerment as well as -lgbtq+ community in Ghana.
She is known for constantly criticizing the current government and her affiliation to the National Democratic Congress as well as the former president John Mahama.
Today, a trend has began on Twitter with the hashtag “Fixthecountry”, where the Ghanaian are pushing the government to solve the problems facing the country and also bashing the major political parties for destroying the country.
This made Bridget Otoo, who has been pushed this agenda to react where she wrote on her Twitter page that she is tired of seeing NPP and NDC and Ghanaians must be bold to blame NPP with their chest.
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