Date Rush is 'ashawo in disguise' - Counsellor Lutterodt in passionate video

Date Rush is 'ashawo in disguise' - Counsellor Lutterodt in passionate video

- Popular Ghanaian counsellor by name Counsellor Lutterodt has called Date Rush on TV3 glorified prostitution or 'ashawo'

- The counsellor explained that the main basis people select their dates on the show is looks and that is nothing but 'ashawo'

- This was one of the few occasions the counsellor spoke calmly to make his point and many people have been reacting to the video

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Controversial Ghanaian marriage expert, Counsellor Lutterodt, has spoken in a recent video interview about the popular Date Rush show on TV3.

In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Facebook handle of Daily Graphic, the iconic Ghanaian figure said the show is simply glorified prostitution.

By way of explaining himself, Lutterodt said that there is no solid ground upon which people select their dates on the show because the partners are mainly joined together based on looks.

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He further explained that for a man-woman bond to be truly serious and effective, there has to be a thorough investigation by each partner of the other to be sure on the choice being made.

In addition, Counsellor Lutterodt asserted that depression can be developed by participants who get constantly rejected and do not find any dates on the show.

There have been many reactions by social media users on the assertion of the popular marriage counsellor.

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Kwesi Blu completely agreed with the counsellor, mentioning that he truly spoke sense on this occasion:

Joseph Odoomboadi disagreed with Lutterodt on the basis that there is always a first time to meet someone and many people start liking each other at first sight:

Paul Coffie hopes that Date Rush is only for entertainment because such a way of finding love is not something that needs to be taken seriously:

In another interesting report, a Ghanaian businesswoman by name Naa Adobea Torkornoo is helping save planet earth by teaching children the art and joy of gardening and farming.

Naa Adobea started the eco-friendly enterprise called Farmer Torks Greeneries in 2013 and has since been helping families, communities and organizations to set up gardens with a special focus on children.

Farmer Torks Greeneries has actually been killing two birds with a single stone under the leadership of the CEO as the enterprise has been helping save the earth and providing healthy feeding options to interested people.

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