Marriage counsellor and reverend minister of God, Counsellor Lutterodt is well-known for his controversial stance on issues in line with celebrity relationships. In most cases, his utterances are so weird that those who question his sanity seem to have a very legitimate and strong case.
Well, “The Emotional Fixer” or otherwise known as Counsellor Lutterodt has made another controversial statement that marrying more than one woman has the tendency of prolonging one’s life span. But then, the act called polygamy is reserved for the rich man.
“I entreat the rich to practice polygamy. Those who are married to one have cardiovascular diseases because they are worried. Women should understand that polygamy is the way of life for them to enjoy their husbands”.
The outspoken personality in an interview with Akrobeto on UTV’s ‘Real News’ mentioned that he wished he could get a second wife but he is being restricted by religion and his decision to be a pastor.
“If a man marries more than one, he is worshipped. Man is a god. Women are created to compete among themselves. So when they know they are sharing one man, they take care of the man very well. If you marry more than one woman, you’ll not die early…” he stated.
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