troubles are about to deepen as the United Nations allied International Human Rights Observer (IHRO) has called for another UN body to take action against the self-styled Ghanaian counsellor.
The IHRO’s Ghana chapter has written to the African Court on Human and People’s Rights in the Hague to summon Lutterodt and take action against him for his reprehensible comments surrounding rape.
The IHRO calls on the Human Rights court to ‘take action against him [Luttterodt]’ for his ‘recent unfortunate utterances’ about rape.
They also call on the National Media Commission, the Ghana Psychological Council and other stakeholders to take action against Lutterodt, including a ban on him appearing on any local or international media house.
The IHRO is a global agency which “enjoys special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations and working to promote and protect the basic fundamental human rights of the masses declared in the universal charter of human rights of United Nations…”
Controversial Ghanaian counsellor Lutterodt has gained a reputation throughout the years for making outrageous and sensational claims to keep himself trending in the news but he appears to have gone too far