Applause To Akua GMB For Dumping Dr. Kwaku Oteng  – Counselor Lutterodt (+ Video)

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Not long ago, Sally Akua Amoakowaa Mensah, fourth wife of business mogul Dr. Kwaku Oteng of the Adonko bitters fame as well as Angel Group ended her eight-year conjugal relationship with the millionaire for obvious reasons.

The 2011 winner of TV3’s Ghana’s Most Beautiful beauty pageant and General Manager of Angel TV in a post on her official Instagram page on Sunday November, 11 claimed she had learnt her lessons and she thinks it’s time for her to walk away.

After the sudden break-up, most people have added their voice to the issue and the most recent one is coming from Counsellor George Lutterodt aka The Emotional Fixer. According to the self-styled Counsellor, Akua GMB should be applauded for walking away her amorous relationship with the business magnate.

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The Counsellor in a chit-chat with blogger Zionfelix posited that it’s unwise to stay in a relationship where one’s happiness is curtailed. He explained that it is no surprise for a married woman who feels that she is no longer happy in her marriage to gladly decide to walk out of the marriage, especially when she is not the first wife of the main in question – as in the case of Akua GMB.

Counselor Lutterodt
Counselor Lutterodt

When Counsellor Lutterodt was asked if their kids will suffer because of this decision of their parent, he made the point that it is very unlikely. He stressed that unless the man involved is irresponsible, he should not have a problem taking care of his children even though he has divorced their mother.

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