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I've never cheated on my wife - Counsellor Lutterodt

Counsellor George Lutterodt
 Popular and Controversial counsellor Rev George Lutterodt has revealed that he has never cheated on his wife.

He said this on in an interview on UTV Friday morning.

“Me, never, I have never cheated on my wife and I will not do it,” he said when the host asked.

Counsellor Lutterodt, is a very familiar face on national and private television stations. Aside appearing on the screens, he is often used as a resource person on radio talk shows that discuss issues on premarital and post marital counselling, parenting, sex and temperament therapy, career guidance, pregnancy , fertility, stress and anger management among other sensitive and sensational topics.

His full name is Rev. Counsellor Cyril George Carstensen Lutterodt. The name sounds British right? Yes, he is from Osu and such names abound there due to the activities of the British people at the Christianborg Castle, located at Osu during the pre-colonial era.

Currently, it seems he is one of the young hottest counsellors and he is loved for his frank and funny statements.

He was born on April 13, to Mr Jeremiah Alexander Lutterodt and Ms Elizabeth Holm, both from Osu.

Rev. Lutterodt is married to Abigail Naa Yemoley and has two children, Frederica and Fredrick.

He loves singing, reading, preaching and is also engaged in healthcare delivery.

Source: emmanueldonkorgh.blogspot.com

Harvest Chapel International has commenced its mid-year Abundant Life Conference 2016. The event, which is on the theme: ” Operating in the supernatural” is slated for Friday, July 8 to Sunday, July 10, at Harvest Chapel International auditorium, Tesano, Accra.
The conference will start at 6:00pm on Friday and Saturday, and end on Sunday with one church service at 9:00am.
In attendance will be powerful men of God like Bishop Mathew Addae Mensah, from Gospel Life International church, Rev. Kingsley Agyeman, from House of Consecration Ministry and Rev.Fitzgerald Odonkor, and Senior pastor and General Overseer, Harvest Chapel International.
A statement issued by the organizers in Accra on Thursday quoted Rev. Fitz  Odonkor as saying that “living in the end times, require the wisdom and application of the supernatural.”
He said Christians would have to shift gears from nominal Christians to Holy Ghost supercharged believers, conquering territories for the Lord.
“Abundant Life 2016 promises to share deep revelations on living the maximum life, impacting our generation with the power and knowledge of Jesus,” he said.
- See more at: http://citifmonline.com/2016/07/08/harvest-chapel-hosts-abundant-life-conference/#sthash.vgOTNPQi.dpuf

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