- Counsellor George Lutterodt has announced that his wife has delivered an adorable baby
- The outspoken Ghanaian marriage counsellor flooded social media with stunning images of his wife and new baby
- Proud Lutterodt shared the photos along with a heart-warming message to thank his audacious wife
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The wife of popular Ghanaian marriage counsellor George Lutterodt, Abigail Naa Yemoley, has successfully delivered an adorable baby.
Beaming with smiles in some stunning images online, George Lutterodt, announced that his wife had given birth to a new child.
The controversial Ghanaian counsellor, however, did not disclose the gender of his new baby.
Announcing the latest addition to his family, proud Lutterodt expressed appreciation to his wife for making him a father again.
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''Happy Delivery day to my wife Mrs Counselor Lutterodt from Rev Counselor Lutterodt and my extended family members,'' his post read.
George Lutterodt further wished for ''long life and good health'' from above for the mother of his kids while praying for divine blessing for her.
''Wishing her long life in good health from above,'' he said along with the impressive photos.
Counselor Lutterodt has been married to his wife for more than a decade and the duo are already blessed with two children.
YEN.com.gh has sighted the latest heart-warming images of George Lutterodt as he held his cute baby in his arms while glowing with smiles.
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In other stories, YEN.com.gh previously reported that the Member of Parliament for Ningo Prampram, Sam Nartey George, has celebrated his mother with stunning images as she recently turned a new age.
While amplifying the love and bond between him and his mom, the Ghanaian MP acknowledged his mom's burden of carrying him for nine months in her womb.
''Love like ours is unreal. But it is the real deal. A bond formed by blood. You carried me in your womb and gave me life,'' his post read.
The honourable Member of Parliament continued to shower endearing accolades on his mom for having ''nurtured and groomed'' him to become the man he is today.
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