- Counsellor Lutterodt has spoken about the recent marriage of Obaapa Christy, advising her to move on to another man if she encounters any problem
- The counsellor buttressed his assertion, saying Obaapa is a beautiful woman and should not allow herself to be cheapened
- Obaapa Christy has been in the news for being a gospel artiste who divorced her husband for another man
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Controversial Counsellor Lutterodt has come out to speak about popular gospel musician Obaapa Christy's marriage to her new husband.
It would be recalled how YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the Ghanaian gospel sensation, Obaapa Christy, couldn't hide her joy as she has spoken after tying the knot with the love of her life.
This was after she divorced her husband whom she got married to three years ago.
In an interview that was granted by TV Africa, counsellor Lutterodt joined in the trend of opinions with his ever-passionate and ever-controversial comments.
"Christy, if this one also goes haywire, you are a beautiful woman, leave him for another man," the counsellor said.
Lutterodt painted a picture that there was nothing wrong with leaving one husband and going for another if things do not go well.
Watch the video interview of Counsellor Lutterodt below:
His advice for Christy was to stop granting interviews here and there and trying to make people understand her by explaining details of things that have happened.
According to Lutterodt, none of that is necessary. He further explained that those interviews she keeps granting are likely to cause her more harm than good.
"Learn to shut up," he said, adding that "your children will grow up". It would be very bad for the children to grow up, only to realize the extents of unnecessary interviews their mother was engaged in.
Counsellor Lutterodt was not the only iconic opinionated person to give advice on rather important issues.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that the founder of Perez Chapel international, Bishop Charles Agyin-Asare, in a sermon to his congregation stated top reasons Ghanaian business often do not outlast their owners.
He mentioned that the mindset that leads many business owners do not train their children to take over is, they wish that the children go through life's suffering themselves.
Agyin-Asare strongly urged business owners to stop that because success without a trained successor is not true success.
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