Ghanaian broadcast journalist Bridget Otoo has lambasted the police officers who she claims manhandled her on Thursday, first day of the #OccupyJulorBiHouse demo.
Bridget Otoo’s dress got torn after some men in plain uniforms attempted to drag her during a confrontation at the police station.
‘I’m on TV with my bra, almost half nak#d’, the Ghanaian journalist fumed during a live TV interview.
Also, Thomas Naadi, BBC reporter and his cameraman were wrongfully arrested by security officers for filming the protest.
Thomas recounted his experience with the security on the BBC Focus on Africa programme. He also spoke to Bridget Otoo during the broadcast. Watch the video below.
????He reported on @BBCAfrica Focus on Africa how he was whisked with his cameraman near a filling station at the 37 Lorry Station yesterday.
Here’s how Thomas… pic.twitter.com/YfSFoqLY0z
— Kenneth Awotwe Darko (@TheKennethDarko) September 22, 2023