Ghanaian Journalist Bridget Otoo has revealed that her shop has been attacked by an unknown set of Armed Robbers again making it the second time. The renowned and popular journalist revealed this sad notice on her Twitter page and this has attracted many reactions on the internet. The last attack on her shop happened in September 2021 so this makes it her being attacked in less than a year.
Today too armed robbers have come to my shop to pull a gun on two of my shop attendants. They didn’t get any cash, they took their phones away. Hmmmmm,” she shared on Twitter. Many Ghanaians especially her fans has shared their support and some kind of encouraging words to her as she is going through a tough time now.
Many Ghanaians has called for help from the police department by tagging them numerous times for them to see what is happening. She however went ahead to boldly send some messages and shred her discomfort towards the Police service. However, in her subsequent revelation today while sharing the news of the new attack, Ms Otoo may have insinuated that nothing was done about the culprits the last time she reported to the Police.
“You would go to police and report another robbery and nothing happens,” she tweeted. Here is photos of her tweets;
We are waiting for response from the police department.
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