Controversial Ghanaian pastor and counsellor, George Lutterodt says many Ghanaians are struggling and having challenges in life because they missed their paternal blessings.
Even though he agreed that other factors may contribute to the struggles in life, Counsellor Lutterodt believes that paternal blessing is key, stressing that even people who are doing well in life can have challenges confronting them on frequent basis because they do not have their fathers’ blessings to make them complete.
According to the entertaining man of God, many Ghanaian women have contributed largely to this situation, saying, “… because of anger they cut the children off their fathers and so these children struggle through life without a paternal blessing. Don’t take this thing for granted. No matter how your father is, his blessing is very important. If it was not important, Jacob will not do everything possible to get his father’s blessing. And his brother Esau will not be furious that his younger brother has taken their father, Isaac’s blessing.”
Counsellor George Lutterodt was speaking on the Entertainment Review programme on Peace FM in connection with the brouhaha over the biological father of Kuami Eugene.
“Today, we have women who have decided never to allow their children to know their fathers, all because they got pregnant and the men did not marry them. Others are so bitter because the men did not accept their pregnancy. They have every right to be angry or bitter, but that does not give you the right to give someone child to another man or deny the child the opportunity to meet their fathers to tap their blessing.”
In his usual ‘I-don’t-care’ style, Counsellor Lutterodt said: “… if the man impregnates you and refuses to marry you, don’t fight him through the child. If the man says he is not responsible for the pregnancy and you know he is the one, mention his name on the birth certificate and get the man’s family to know about the child. This is very important.”
Responding directly to the brouhaha over Kuami Eugene’s biological father, Counsellor Lutterodt asked the VGMA Artiste of the year to talk to the mother over who his biological father is.
“The way he is going about it on social media is not right and I will advise him to keep quiet and rather talk to the mother.”
For some time there has been some public discussion over who the biological father of musician Kuami Eugene is, unfortunately, the issue is not ending, especially when the musician insists that the man claiming to be his father is not his father, while the man continues to say Kuami Eugene is his son.
Source: a1radioonline.com|101.1 MHz|Ghana