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I’m In The Office, Come And Serve Me- Bridget Otoo Dares NAM1 Over Lawsuit

Bridget Otoo has fearlessly challenged Nana Appiah Mensah (NAM1) regarding his lawsuit, boldly revealing her whereabouts if he genuinely desires a confrontation to reinforce one of the most sought-after entertainment news in Ghana.

The esteemed media personality and unwavering supporter of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) utilized her Twitter platform to further provoke NAM1, labelling him as a criminal and asserting her readiness to confront him in a legal setting.

In a Twitter (X) post, Bridget said;

You sold Aurum Utalium (fake gold used by criminals) to decent working Ghanaians took their money and you are suing me for calling you a scammer. @nam_the_patriot We can’t wait to retell the Menzgold story cos it was dying out in the media. I’m in the office, come and serve me

This comes after NAM1, the CEO of Menzgold, the defunct gold dealership company, for her continuous criticism of him, including labelling him a fraud.

The CEO is seeking a substantial amount of one million Ghana cedis as compensation for the damage caused to his reputation. As per the writ of summons sighted by Tru News Report, Bridget Otoo has been given a deadline of one week to respond to the lawsuit and appear in court.

NAM1 urged Bridget Otoo to refrain from distorting his legal matters in her public statements. He emphasized that even in a foreign jurisdiction, he had been acquitted and discharged, a decision that had been upheld by both the Appeals Court and the Supreme Court.

See details of the lawsuit that has surfaced online. It’s also important to note that NAM1 will be represented in court by celebrity lawyer Ampaw.

Source – Tru News Report


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