Controversial counselor, George Lutterodt has not taken lightly to actress Juliet Ibrahim’s comments that she prioritizes her son and business over marriage, insisting “the success of a woman is not being a CEO”.
The counselor has been a big critic of women who do not regard marriage and he hasn’t wasted much time to take on the actress after she disclosed that marriage was the last thing on her mind at the moment.
In an interview with the Sunday Scoop in Nigeria, Juliet Ibrahim stated her “focus at this point is my son and business”, adding that “creating a balance between being a successful business woman and a good mother is a lot to handle and that is my focus.”
Her comments seem not to have gone done well with the counselor Lutterodt who thinks only ladies in despair speak in such manner.
According to him, women should prioritize marriage over their businesses.“I felt very sad that she wants people to stop putting pressure on her. I see that as one of the disappointments,” counselor Lutterodt told StarrFM.
“The success of a woman is not owning a company and being the CEO. But rather making a family and making a man respected at the beautiful gate of the whole world.”
Juliet Ibrahim was once married to business man and son of the famous founder of the Kristo Asafo church, Sarfo Kantanka, however, the couple have since divorced. The actress had a son with his former husband.