Why Is He Shouting Like Someone Making A Lot Of Sense? – Sister Derby Gangs With Her Brother To “Discipline” Counselor Lutterodt

Controversial self-acclaimed marriage expert, counselor George Lutterodt has been on the receiving side of Songstress Sister Derby and her brother Wanlov the Kuborlor after he asked police to arrest Kuborlor for supporting legalization of Homosexuality.

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Counselor Lutterodt who was speaking in an interview on Okay FM called for the immediate arrest of Wanlov Kuborlor for supporting LGBTQ which is completely against the laws of Ghana.

Reacting to this in the comments session of the post on Instagram, Sister Derby who is also a strong advocate of the LGBTQ community asked Counselor Lutterodt to stop shouting.

She explained that Jesus in the Bible preached love for all humanity hence Counselor Lutterodt should be teaching People how to love homosexuals instead of discriminating against them.

She also asked him to stop talking because all the noise he was making had no valid points.

See her post below;

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