Bridget Otoo, a Ghanaian journalist, has revealed that her shop was robbed by armed robbers.
Armed men, she claims, entered her shop, pulled a gun on the attendants, and took their phones because they didn’t have any cash.
She announced the incident on Twitter, noting that her shop had been targeted yet again.
“Armed robbers came to my shop today to pull a gun on two of my shop attendants.” They didn’t get any money, and their phones were confiscated. Hmmmmm.”
This is the second time armed robbers have ransacked her store.
Bridget, who works for Accra-based Metro TV and owns a cement outlet, revealed in September 2021 that she was robbed in broad daylight.
Her post drew the attention of the Ghana Police, who she claims responded quickly and provided her with the assistance she required at the time.
However, in her subsequent revelation today, while sharing the news of the new attack, Ms Otoo may have implied that nothing was done about the perpetrators the last time she reported them to the Police.
“You’d go to the cops and report another robbery, and nothing would happen.”
The media personality, who is known for expressing her opinions regardless of the opposition, advised Ghanaians to be cautious about where they invest their money a few weeks ago.
She emphasized that the general public should not follow individual Twitter accounts that have been paid to promote questionable businesses.