Cyril George Carstensen Lutterodt

Controversial Ghanaian marriage counsellor, Cyril George
Carstensen Lutterodt, popularly known as Counsellor Lutterodt has advised poor
men to leave cheating for the rich.

Speaking on e.TV Ghana’s ‘Men’s Lounge’, on the topic ‘Married
Men And Cheating A Perception Or Reality’, Counselor Lutterodt said cheating
among married men should be left for the rich.

Dissecting the topic, Counsellor Lutterodt pointed out that
cheating among married men is real and a choice.

His explanation debunked the usual excuse that cheating is a
mistake and emphasised that cheating is rather a personal decision that every
man makes at a point in time when he has the chance to do so. A view which was
affirmed by Richard K. K. Owusu, who was a co-guest on the show.

According to Counsellor Lutterodt, cheating, which first
happened in the Garden of Eden, in simple terms is actually taking something
which does not belong to you.

He also highlighted that unless one is married, one can’t cheat.
He remarked that cheating comes as a package with marriage.

In addition, he argued that if a married man hasn’t cheated on
his partner then it is lack of opportunity. He ended by requesting that
cheating should be left for the rich because it is expensive to cheat.