- Bridget Otoo has revealed that she would vote for the NDC in the 2020 general election
- According to her, the decision to go with NDC and not NPP was because of Professor Naana Jane Opoku-Agyeman
- She was speaking in an exclusive interview with YEN.com.gh dubbed #YENwithBridgetOtoo
Multiple award-winning Ghanaian journalist, Bridget Otoo, has spoken about voting for John Mahama in the upcoming 2020 general election slated for December 7.
According to the TV star, she would go with the National Democratic Congress's flagbearer owing to the fact that he picked former education minister, Professor Naana Jane Opoku Agyemang as his running mate.
Bridget Otoo made this known during her exclusive interview with YEN.com.gh on Twitter dubbed "#YENwithBridgetOtoo.
The question posed to her by YEN.com.gh read: "Which party would you vote for this year and why? #YenWithBridgetOtoo"
To this, the TV star responded: "@JDMahama because of Prof. @NJOAgyemang representation matters ... that’s what moved me to my decision this year. #YenWithBridgetOtoo"
If Bridget Otoo's response is anything to go by, she is throwing her weight behind the former president due to the fact that he has shown readiness to encourage women empowerment.
This, to her, was the deal-breaker for who she was going to vote for come December 7, 2020.
Just like Bridget Otoo, many celebs and Ghanaians alike have their own reason for voting for a particular candidate in the upcoming polls.
YEN.com.gh previously reported that Bridget Otoo opened up about her fun side in an exclusive interview where she mentioned her top 4 Ghanaian musicians.
In the interview with YEN.com.gh dubbed #YENwithBridgetOtoo, the journalist was bombarded with a series of intelligent questions from YEN.com.gh.
During Bridget Otoo's session, she answered a lot of questions ranging from politics, feminism, sports and entertainment.
When it came to music and her personal favorites, Bridget Otoo stated in no particular order - M.anifest, Efya Nocturnal, Sarkodie and Sister Derby also known as Deborah Vanessa.
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