Holding A Baby Shower Is Just Inviting Witches Into Your Pregnancy – The Female Counsellor Lutterodt Has Spoken

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In recent weeks and months, a female counsellor has popped up who seems to be trying hard to get the title of the female equivalent of Counsellor George Lutterodt.

Dr Mrs Charlotte Oduro has also become famous for making controversial statements which are designed to get Ghanaians to pay attention to her. If she keeps it up she’ll drive Lutterodt out of business soon.

In the latest comments attributed to her, Oduro claims having a baby shower is an invitation to witches to enter into your life.

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According to her, we are importing foreign rituals such as weddings, bachelorettes and baby showers without caution and that is dangerous.

“When ladies marry these days they do not think about prayer. They think about the bridesmaids they will get, the best men they will get and later the baby shower…I don’t know where that thing is coming from. Now we are picking the foreign things and we inviting witches around,” she complained.

“We are putting Christ aside and we are leaving our lives that is why we are seeing what we are seeing because we think God doesn’t exist again. We think we have our right to do what we are doing…my dear before you came to this world God was already there.” she added.

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The God Oduro worships is something foreign we imported here as well, but you’ll never hear her talking about that.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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