Counsellor George Lutterodt has been vehemently criticised by a section of the public including showbiz personalities Lydia Forson, Ama K. Abebrese, Nana Aba Anamoah, Sister Derby, Chase and Joey B for remarking that every rape victim at a point enjoys the act.
There have been calls for his arrest and subsequent interrogation as some argue he is a rape apologist.
The media has been blamed for giving him their platforms to spew what some say are ridiculous remarks. Subsequently, there is a petition to get him banned from appearing on radio and television.
How feasible is it? Is Lutterodt’s rape comment a reflection of the society? Are the calls for his arrest unfounded?
July started on a sad note with coronavirus-related deaths hitting the country hard. The case count is rising and social activities are not reducing as the country seems to be more dedicated to getting a new voters register for the presidential election in December.
Actress Yvonne Nelson is entreating those who are yet to register to ‘boycott’ the process or risk contracting the disease.