- Nana Aba Anamoah has attacked Adom TV and Counsellor Lutterodt
- Lutterodt has made some remarks on Adom TV Anamoah finds unfortunate
- She described him as a “baloney” and Adom TV as doing that for “senseless ratings”
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Nana Aba Anamoah has angrily slammed Adom TV for allowing controversial Ghanaian marriage counsellor, Counsellor Lutterodt, to air his recent disparaging remarks.
Lutterodt had said on a show on Adom TV that there is no need to feel pity for women who are defiled because they also enjoy the act.
This has led to massive condemnation from some well-meaning individuals, including actresses Juliet Ibrahim and Nana Ama Abebrese.
The comments have angered Nana Aba Anamoah who has blamed Adom TV for giving Lutterodt the chance to speak that way.
She described him as a “crass and baloney” who deserves no attention from anyone.
Anamoah added that because of his behaviour she has personally ordered that Counsellor Lutterodt not be featured on any show at all on GHOne TV, where she acts as the general manager.
Some Ghanaians have reacted to Anamoah’s comment with many agreeing with her.
Ama K Abebrese, for instance, wrote that Lutterodt had been tolerated for far too long:
Kobby wanted to know what qualifies Lutterodt as a counsellor:
Dela also agreed that Lutterodt has been given too much freedom by the media:
Jones says he wonder how Lutterodt got the title of a counsellor
Nana says Lutterodt is disgusting:
Meanwhile, Counsellor Lutterodt is known for such comments and more.
People have often described him as one who does not make any sense at all when talking.
This is how he rose to the fame he is enjoying now – by picking on celebrities and making controversial statements.
A friend of his exposed him saying that Lutterodt said he was going to gain fame with his utterances.
Lutterodt had earlier said Yvonne Okoro was growing old and needed to get a husband before ending up unmarried.
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