Ghanaian controversial media personality cum business woman, Bridget Otoo has finally arrested the man she has been searching for for many weeks now.
Last two weeks, Bridget Otoo took to her Facebook page to announce that the man has stolen her Ghc20,000 and her tricycle. She revealed that complaint was lodged at the police station and search has began but she wanted the public help to locate the man as soon as possible to get her business running.
Bridget Otoo after leaving the screens have now become one of Ghana's biggest cement distributor. She sells cement both in whole sale and retail. This man in question, was a distributor who carries the cement to people who have placed orders with Bridget Otoo's tricycle.
He however disappeared with the tricycle after cashing out her Ghc20,000. With the help of Ghana Police, Bridget Otoo was able to track him down and arrest him.
When he was asked the whereabout of the money he stole, he said he used part of the money to buy iPhone 12 and a home theater machines. The tricycle is yet to be retrieved from him.
Meanwhile, section of Ghanaians have reacted angrily after Bridget Otoo posted the photo of the thief and tagged him wanted. But she has challenged anyone who have issues with the fact that she posted the man in public should meet her in court
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