Counsellor Lutterodt says any lady who dates a man for more than 14 days is a disgrace (Video)

Counsellor Lutterodt says any lady who dates a man for more than 14 days is a disgrace (Video)

- Counsellor Lutterodt has said that ladies who know they are precious should not date men for more than 14 days

- According to the controversial counsellor, any lady who does that is a disgrace to feminity

- He said the words very passionately, giving 'tangible' reasons for his assertion

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Controversial relationship and marriage counsellor Lutterodt has come out in a latest video speaking vehemently about ladies who date for more than 14 days, saying such ladies are a disgrace to humanity.

In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the popular opinionated counsellor was as passionate as he was always been when speaking about topical issues. On this particular occasion, his words were:

"Any woman, any girl that you think you are precious and beautiful that you date one guy for more than 14 days in a year, you are sick, a shame and a disgrace to feminity.

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"Dating is not marriage. You have to enlist them-capacity building. Some ladies are not married but they have clung themselves on some men almost like a glue".

It appears that Counsellor Lutterodt wanted to create the impression that ladies should carry themselves with great value until men pay their bride prices.

Inferring from his words, he was making it clear that instead of relying on one man especially in the name of dating, ladies should rather keep themselves away for men to fight for, win their hearts, and pay the appropriate prices before they oblige.

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In other exciting news, a Tanzanian cafe called the Neema Cafe has surfaced with an amazing attribute of employing only deaf people as the staff serving as waiters, waitresses, and chefs.

A video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official website of BBC reports that the signs are drawn on a chalkboard to help anyone who doesn’t understand the language of the deaf.

It is indicated that many Tanzanians, estimated to be about 10% of the entire population, have one form of disability or another.

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