The tempests are calmed and former TV3 journalist Bridget Otoo has finally been accepted among the staff of Metro TV.
A dirty misunderstanding about Bridget Otoo broke yesterday when she was seemingly sacked barely 24 hours after her unveiling as a new addition to the staff at the TV Station but everything has been resolved.
Rumor had it that a power battle ensued behind closed doors from some big men in the ruling government to prevent Bridget Otoo from reading the news at the television station.
Manasseh Azure Awuni, a renowned investigative journalist, disclosed that a certain powerful businessman stormed the studios with a motorcade to prevent the journalist from going on air.
Manasseh revealed that it took the protests from some workers and the Managing Director of the station to ensure that Bridget Otoo wasn’t kicked out.
“Following the bad press Metro TV has received, the man who stormed the station with the motorcade reportedly called Bridget Otoo and pleaded with her to return and that the “misunderstanding” was being resolved,” Manasseh wrote.
The outspoken journalist was all smiles as the storm blowing around her new job calmed and she now can work peacefully.
Bridget Otoo shared Photos on social media showing her seated at her posts ready to anchor the evening news.
Check out the photos below