- A Ghanaian counsellor has advised women to keep their mothers-in-law at bay if they want their marriage to work
- Identified as Carstensen Lutterodt, he described mothers-in-law as witches who can destroy their sons' marriages if allowed
- Lutterodt further stated that men can befriend their wives' mothers but women shouldn't do the same with their husbands' mothers
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When it comes to keeping a happy home, it appears everyone has their own formula that they believe works for them. A Ghanaian counsellor recently left tongues wagging with his own marriage advice,
Identified as Carstensen Lutterodt, he advised women not to build any friendship with their mothers-in-law if they want their marriages to work.
He stated that they should never let them into their kitchen.
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According to him, these women are witches in disguise that bring competition into a wife's home.
He added that men could be friends with his mother-in-law and even have her live with them as he would be treated like a king by his family and society. However, if a man lets his mother into his home like that, she will turn him into a 'zombie'.
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His opinion triggered mixed reactions. A lot of people did not agree with him as they said he kept going back and forth without making any meaning.
A commentator, @missadedayo said: "My own MiL is not a witch o. I don't know what you are on about Sir. Your advice is more likely to destroy than mould."
Also, a Nigerian businessman recently shared his thoughts on issues affecting marriages.
Identified as Martins Akwu, he recently took to a private Facebook group to dish out some interesting piece of advice to the menfolks on how to handle their marriages and keep their wives happy.
According to him, men should stop letting their mothers have a say in their marriages as they are their mothers and not their first wife.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Master KG’s global groove sensation, Jerusalema, had its music video removed from YouTube and fan were going off their heads.
Often videos are removed from YouTube for some legal reason, but there really was no logical explanation for as to why this music video was removed, especially after all the positivity the track has broth to the world during such a glum time. Briefly.co.za learnt that the music video just randomly disappeared off of YouTube and fans did not know what was going on. Social media blew up as fans demanded the music video be put back where it was found.
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