- The IHRO of the United Nations has supported calls to deal with Counsellor Lutterodt
- According to the international outfit, they received several complaints about the outspoken counsellor
- They called on the Human Rights Court and other bodies to look into the matter
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The International Human Rights Observer (IHRO) of the United Nations have called on a number of concerned bodies to deal with Counsellor George Lutterodt over his recent comments on a TV programme.
The letter, signed by the Executive Secretary to the Country Director, Dr. Steven Blessing Ackah, on behalf of the Country Director, Archcardinal Professor Eric Ofori-Atta, and spotted by YEN.com.gh, stated that the IHRO had received several complaints about Counsellor Lutterodt.
According to the IHRO, they were joining hands with theMinistry of Gender, Children and Social Protection of Ghana to call on media houses to bar Lutterodt from all radio and TV shows.
The observer also called on the African Court on Human and People's Rights in the Hague to take drastic actions against Counsellor Lutterodt.
The press release further called on the Ghana Media Commission and the Ghana Psychology Council, to with immediate effect, call the controversial counsellor to order.
Adding to the letter, the IHRO of the UN implored Counsellor George Lutterodt to immediately apologise for his unsavory comments and also called for the said video to be taken down from all media platforms.
It would be recalled that Counsellor Lutterodt, while speaking in an interview on Adom TV, made some comments that were deemed very contentious.
His comment attracted massive backlash from the general public and notable people such as Nana Aba Anamoah, Leila Djansi, Gifty Anti, Efia Odo, and Rasheeda Adams.
Counsellor Lutterodt, however, in an interview with Peace FM on 11 July indicated that his comments had been misunderstood and apologised if he hurt anyone with the said comments.
In other news, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that 24-year-old pregnant Ghanaian YouTube star dancer, Nicole Thea, has reportedly died along with her unborn child in the United Kingdom.
The YouTube sensation who was pregnant and due for delivery in a few weeks died along with her unborn son who she had christened Reign.
Nicole Thea, who lived in London, sadly passed on Saturday morning according to a statement posted on her Instagram account by a family member believed to be her mother.
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