“I Stopped George Lutterodt From Coming On My Show 4 Years Ago,” Gifty Anti Clears The Air

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In the attempt to get the self-styled counsellor, George Lutterodt off the airwaves, Ghanaians have begun calling out media houses and personalities who have ever hosted him on their platforms.

Mr Lutterodt is on record for saying “rape victims enjoy the act” and goes on to defend his comment by saying it is based on the number of rape victims he has spoken to within the course of his duty as a Counsellor.

The latest personality under scrutiny is ace broadcaster, Oheneyere Gifty Anti. To Ghanaians at the moment, anyone who has ever hosted Mr Lutterodt endorses his utterances and behaviour.

The executive producer and host of ‘The StandPoint’ in response to the claims have distanced herself from Mr Lutterodt as well as his utterances and apologized for ever bringing him on her show.

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According to Oheneyere Gifty Anti, Mr Lutterodt has only appeared twice on her show and the last one was as far back as February 2016.

“I have received a few accusations and bashing from some people with regards to George Lutterodt. I personally stopped him from coming on my show and studio four years ago. Yes, he’s been on The Standpoint before. On two occasions. November 2013 and February 2016. His last appearance was on 19th February 2016,” she revealed.

Oheneyere Gifty Anti added: “I find it interesting and quite unfortunate that I am being accused of endorsing his behaviour because he’s been on The Standpoint before, irrespective of what he talked about on the show.

“But then again, if in the programme’s 12 years of existence if our ‘biggest crime’ committed, was letting him come on the show 4 years ago…I Totally apologize ????… And I keep using ‘I’ because I take full responsibility as the executive producer and host.”

Mr Lutterodt has since fired back at critics saying “there is a demonic mentality worrying Ghanaians” and that he does not care if the entire population of Ghana signs “that petition.”


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