Bridget Otoo is a Ghanaian freelance journalist, media personality and public relations officer. She is an advocator for women empowerment as well as the LGBTQ+ community in Ghana. She is also known for her affiliation to the National Democratic Congress and John Mahama.
She has been trending due to her controversial comments on the policies of the current government.
This morning, she has reacted to the amount of money, the Ghana Black Stars are going to use for the AFCON and World Cup campaigns. She wrote on her Twitter page that, “ it is our black stars, they haven't won anything in over 3 decades. This AFCON and World Cup won’t change anything. Please let us save our money.” Meaning that the national team will not still perform well even if all that money is allocated to them.
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