Controversial marriage counselor and man of God, Counselor George Lutterodt, has defended comments he passed recently about rape victims enjoying the act.
According to him, he did not mind even if thirty million Ghanaians signed a petition to get him banned from the airwaves.
He added that he was not fond of lying and was always inclined to say whatever that drops into his spirit when he is granting interviews.
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He added that there was a demonic attack on the mentality of people on many issues that affect daily life and he had been set aside to change that paradigm.
Counselor Lutterodt added that when he went for waiting this year, he clearly heard from God and he was told to speak boldly about the things that concern him as well as those that do not concern him.
While speaking in an interview with Halifax on Okay FM, Mr. Lutterodt told host of the show that he was the son of a ghost and was motivated and inspired by only three things including the mortuary and the cemetery.
Counselor Lutterodt added that he did not see anything wrong with his comments and wanted Ghanaians to understand the dynamics of things and adjust accordingly.
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It would be recalled that Counselor Lutterodt came under a barrage of attacks after he said on Adom TV that rape victims do not feel pain throughout but rather enjoy the ordeal at a point.
He added that his comments were based on the fact that the rape victims end up having relationships with th rapists.
These comments from teh outspoken marriage counselor did not sit well with many people including Efia Odo, Nana Aba Anamoah and Rasheeda Adams who called out the counselor for his unfortunate words.
Later, some 10,500 Ghanaians signed a petition to get Counselor Lutterodt off the airwaves since they felt he was encouraging rape culture.