Ghanaian counsellor Lutterrodt jabbed over "married men must date singles" comment

Ghanaian counsellor Lutterrodt jabbed over "married men must date singles" comment

Ghanaian counsellor, George Lutterodt, has suggested in a recent interview that married men must date single ladies and vice versa to teach them about marriage.

Controversial Ghanaian counsellor, George Lutterodt, popular for making outlandish comments, in a recent interview, advised that married men should have 'side chicks' to teach them about marriage.

He made the statement on Etv’s ‘Men’s Lounge’ programme, hosted by Nana Yaw Odame on the topic “Married Men And Cheating: A Perception Or Reality?”.

“Married men must date single ladies to teach them about marriage and married women must date young guys to teach them about marriage,” the controversial counsellor stated.

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Celestina Tettevi, a social media commentor, was quick to point out that charity begins at home. Or perhaps the so-called counsellor's idea should first be experimented in his home before others can take it on.

Prophetic Clerk's harsh comments appeared relatively milder after Jacoby Green got quite personal.

''I think is better you listen to the whole video or audio before you make a bad comment.

This is just a sentence out of maybe One hour or less video.

I have been watch him lately on a show on Ghone TV every Wednesday at 9pm called tales from the powder room and his words make sense.

The only problem with we Ghanaians is we are too quick in judging without diving into an issue.

My advice is to listen to the whole video before you comments.

I stand to be corrected,'' Lucy Sekyere, who thought people were making uninformed comment suggested.

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Like Evang Jonas Russel, many of the comments suggested that counsellor George Lutterrodt should first experiment his ''bizarre'' advice in his home and then pass on feedback to them.

Most of the people who had strong worded comments indicated that the so-called counsellor lacked moral cabinets.

Some requested of media houses not to entertain him by making their platforms less accessible to him.

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