The Ghanaian freelance journalist, media personality and Public Relations Officer (PRO), Bridget Otoo has sadly reacted to the defeat of the Black Stars of Ghana against Comoros. The game ended 3 - 2 against Black Stars as they finished at the bottom of Group C. This means that the team cannot progress to the round of 16 of the competition.
Bridget Otoo took a video at the venue where she was watching the game dressed entirely in Ghana Black Stars colours. She was wearing the Black Stars shirt and she also use the Ghana Flag colours as her scarf. According to Bridget Otoo, the major cause of the Black Stars defeat is the coach, Milovan Rajevac.
The Ghanaian journalist was in a sad mood as she uttered these words, "Eiii, this current Ghana Black Stars will kill us. Milovan Rajevac, it is me that you have finished me like this. I wanted to say what that guy said but I can't". After the game, a guy was interviewed insulting the Ghanaian coach in the Ga langauge, and Bridget Otoo wanted to use the same words on Milovan Rajevac.
You can also watch the video through the link below:
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