November 30, 2020

Counselor Lutterodt’s Rape Comments unfortunate; Ban Him now – Ministry of Gender Tell Media Commission….. See letter

The Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection has issued a press release condemning comments on rape made by controversial marriage counselor and pastor, George Lutterodt.

In a letter signed by the sector Minister, Cynthia Mamle Morrison, the ministry indicated that there was no justification whatsoever for Counselor Lutterodt to make the comments he made on Adom TV.

 

The ministry went on to call on the Ghana Media Commission to ban the counselor from appearing on their shows.

The letter also called on the Ghana Psychology Council to call the outspoken counselor to order since his comments were considered very harmful to the mentality of people living in the society.

Finally, the letter implored Counselor Lutterodt to retract the statement and render an unqualified apology for his comments to the general public.

The ministry called on well meaning Ghanaians to also condemn the comments made by Counselor Lutterodt on live TV.

Read letter below

Background

It was earlier reported that Counselor Lutterodt, while speaking on a TV programme, indicated that rape victims enjoy the act.

 

His comments sparked outrage in the country as many people including Nana Aba Anamoah, Efia Odo, Rasheeda Adams and some 10,500 Ghanaians calling Lutterodt out and asking that he be banned from the airwaves

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Counselor Lutterodt’s Rape Comments unfortunate; Ban Him now – Ministry of Gender Tell Media Commission….. See letter

The Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection has issued a press release condemning comments on rape made by controversial marriage counselor and pastor, George Lutterodt.

In a letter signed by the sector Minister, Cynthia Mamle Morrison, the ministry indicated that there was no justification whatsoever for Counselor Lutterodt to make the comments he made on Adom TV.

 

The ministry went on to call on the Ghana Media Commission to ban the counselor from appearing on their shows.

The letter also called on the Ghana Psychology Council to call the outspoken counselor to order since his comments were considered very harmful to the mentality of people living in the society.

Finally, the letter implored Counselor Lutterodt to retract the statement and render an unqualified apology for his comments to the general public.

The ministry called on well meaning Ghanaians to also condemn the comments made by Counselor Lutterodt on live TV.

Read letter below

Background

It was earlier reported that Counselor Lutterodt, while speaking on a TV programme, indicated that rape victims enjoy the act.

 

His comments sparked outrage in the country as many people including Nana Aba Anamoah, Efia Odo, Rasheeda Adams and some 10,500 Ghanaians calling Lutterodt out and asking that he be banned from the airwaves

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