- Popular TV presenter Bridget Otoo has demanded fairness about how matters of Obinim and Duncan-Williams are handled
- She said if Duncan-Williams’ son is not to be discussed, so should Obinim’s matter
- Many people have agreed with the former TV3 host
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Former TV3 newscaster Bridget Otoo has waded into the controversy surrounding the last born son of Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams.
Otoo has demanded fairness in handling matters concerning both men who are known to be men of God.
Duncan-Williams’ son has gone berserk and released explicit videos and photos of himself.
In one of such reports by YEN.com.gh, Daniel leaked naked videos of himself with two ladies at the pool doing it.
He also released a video passionately kissing another lady.
Daniel’s misbehaviour caused many tongues wagging on social media, causing some people to lambast the father.
They accused him of not being able to cater well for his family with some tagging him as a fake man of God.
Others jumped to his defense, putting the whole blame on Daniel and absolving the father of any wrongdoing.
However, Bridget Otoo feels it is partiality for people to defend Duncan Williams while Obinim is grilled when his issues come up.
Some people have agreed with her.
Nana, for instance, wrote that Obinim and Duncan-Williams are the same:
Adjoa also agreed that they are the same:
Kombian could not agree more:
Felix said Bridget was speaking the truth:
Kofi agreed too:
Meanwhile, Obinim has been in the news for the wrong reasons.
He was exposed by the MP for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong, for having committed many ‘crimes’.
Agyapong released identities of some 13 ladies he claimed were Obinim’s girlfriends.
Obinim later confessed to having cheated on his wife with many girls in their 16 years of marriage.
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