- Charlotte Oduro has made claims of baby showers being an invitation to witches
- Counsellor Charlotte is alleged to have said Africans are copying foreign things
- According to the controversial relationship counsellor, such practices are foreign and must not be blindly copied
Relationship counsellor Charlotte Oduro believes ladies of today must do away with baby showers, saying the practice invites witches.
According to the controversial relationship counsellor, such practices are foreign and must not be blindly copied.
She said the current generation like to entertain trivial things, rather than turn to God to keep their relationships.
She said most ladies of today do not think about prayer and rather live their lives like God doesn't exist again.
“When ladies marry these days they do not think about prayer. They think about the bridesmaids they will get, the best men they will get and later the baby shower…I don’t know where that thing is coming from. Now we are picking the foreign things and we inviting witches around,” she said on Accra-based Asempa FM.
“We are putting Christ aside and we are living our lives that is why we are seeing what we are seeing because we think God doesn’t exist again.
“We think we have our right to do what we are doing…my dear before you came to this world God was already there.”
Counsellor Charlotte was recently in the news after she advised women to submit and pamper their cheating men.
She controversially stated that “marriage needs a lot of sacrifice” and that women need to submit to their husbands no matter the situation.
She added that wives should let their husbands cheat and that “when he’s tired he’ll come home.”
Her utterances drew derision and criticism from some feminists, but the counsellor stood by her comments.
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