-Counsellor Lutterodt called on the authorities to severely punish the parents of the girl
-He said since it was not an issue of rape, the parents needed to pay for their irresponsibility
Controversial marriage counselor and life coach, Counselor George Lutterodt has shared his opinion over the viral video involving Mr. Robert Seppey, the Headteacher of Breman Adumanu and one of the students in the school.
Speaking in an interview with ace journalist Abeiku Santana on Accra-based Okay FM, the counsellor indicated that the parents of the young lady needed to be severely punished for the way they brought up their child.
Counselor Lutterodt held the assertion that the parents of the young lady needed to be punished to serve as a deterrent to other parents who showed ‘irresponsible’ behaviors in bringing up their children.
Adding more to his calls to punish the girl’s parents, Counsellor Lutterodt indicated that if the issue had been one of rape, the headmaster would have been punished according to the laws of the country.
He added that since it was not a matter of rape but that of a mutual understanding between the headmaster and the student, the greater punishment was to be meted out to the parents of the young lady at the center of the viral video.
Counselor Lutterodt added that it was therefore prudent to have the parents of the young lady punished for being ‘irresponsible’.
The counsellor said that the young lady picked up that kind of lifestyle from the home and nowhere else. He went on to question the show host on why he thought it was prudent for the law to deal with the headmaster.
However, Counselor Lutterodt bemoaned why many people recorded such acts which was supposed to be done in private.
Counselor George Lutterodt’s comments come on the heels of reports that the parents of the young lady admitting that they were aware of the relationship between the headmaster and their daughter who was a student of the school.
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