- Counselor George Lutterodt has subtly apologised for his recent comments on a TV show
- Many Ghanaians were up in arms over the comments made by the counselor
- Some well-meaning Ghanaians even called for the relationship counselor to be barred from appearing on TV or radio
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Controversial man of God and relationship counselor, Counselor Lutterodt, has finally apologized to Ghanaians for comments he passed on a television programme on Adom TV.
The outspoken counselor who has been under fire for some days now, rendered the subtle apology in an interview on Peace FM.
According to him, it seemed his communication was not well understood by most people because various bloggers took just a portion of whatever he said and that has been used against him.
"I bear no grudge against the people who misunderstood my comments," Lutterodt said.
"People like Ama K Abebrese, Nana Aba, Gifty Anti, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah and the gender minister are not to be begrudged because they all acted based on just the fragment of my comment that was circulating on social media"
Speaking further, Counselor Lutterodt stated that he was not surprised this was happening since he posted the full, unedited interview on his page.
The controversial counselor stated that his comment was linked to a statement he made earlier in the interview where he referred to the people he had counseled and the research materials he had read.
Again, he stated that he was willing to explain himself to anyone who misunderstood his comment and questioned what he had said wrong to warrant a backlash from the public.
He emphasized that this was not the first time his statements had been singled out, misunderstood and used against him, as a similar scenario led to the first lawsuit against him by Ghanaian actress Yvonne Nelson.
"Whatever is happening to me is a spiritual attack against the truth"
It was on that note that Counselor Lutterodt apologized to all Ghanaians to forgive him for his words.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Adom FM staff, Miketwo, asked Nana Aba Anamoah not to tell all media houses what to do by asking that they collectively sideline Counselor Lutterodt for good due to his recent controversial comments.
Miketwo, in a Facebook post, asked that Nana Aba be told to do the needful if she did not want to see Counselor Lutterodt at her media outfit but not tell all other media houses how to do their jobs.
According to Miketwo, all media houses have their own style of running their programmes so what someone might consider bad for the airwaves may not appear that way for another media house.