Ever since it was made public through a tweet by NYDJ Live that the EIB hasn’t paid its staff for nine months, Bridget Otoo has been on Nana Aba Anamoah’s neck.
Bridget Otoo published a series of tweets earlier yesterday to criticize Nana Aba Anamoah for refusing to stand up for her coworkers. Despite having experienced a similar fate herself years prior, Bridget Otoo maintained her position in order for the right thing to be done.
She instructed Nana Aba to take the necessary action in her position to guarantee that the unsatisfied employees are paid in one of her tweets.
She pleaded with the persuasive Nana Aba to set an example by not dismissing EIB Network employees who participated in the Arise Demo to express their anger over unpaid salaries.
She also tweeted a cryptic message early this morning suggesting that Nana Aba Anamoah had been a phony friend the entire time.
Reacting to a tweet from Manasseh Azure which is a caution to other media perosnnale fighting for the helpless EIB staff, she tweeted;
This is true, you can lose fake friends in the process. The irony about a lot of media personalities is they are cowards deep down and would throw you under the bus! They demand of the politician the very thing they can’t