Ghanaian counselor claims ladies who do surgery are not wife materials

Ghanaian counselor claims ladies who do surgery are not wife materials

- Women who do plastic surgery and bleach their skin are not wife materials, according to Dr. Mrs Charlotte Oduro, a Ghanaian counselor

- Dr Oduro who was being interviewed stated that such women have lost their self esteem and as such cannot last in marriage

- The counselor advised women to stop visiting surgeons for body enhancement and avoid men who doe not like them the way they are

Ghanaian counselor, Dr. Mrs Charlotte Oduro, has dropped a bomb on the market of plastic surgeons after stating that women who go under the knife and bleach their skins are plagued with low-self esteem and cannot last in a marriage.

Her views were shared in an interview with MyNewsGH, where she stated that such women will struggle in marriage because they don't love themselves enough. She advised that women should learn to appreciate how they are created and warned that they should stay away from men who don't like them the way they are.

“I am surprised they don’t believe in themselves…I am surprised people cannot be proud of themselves. That is why they go for injections for breast and for back because they want to get shape. Any man that goes for a woman who has gone for injections for breast and back five years to come that thing will reduce," she hammered

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Speaking to ladies, she said: “It is not you so if the man does not want you as you are you let him go. We should not add things to ourselves just because the man want it. I want you to bleach, I want you to be fair but when you saw me I wasn’t fair and now you want me to be fair…go and get fair ladies and leave me alone.”

Ghanaian counselor claims ladies who do surgery are not wife materials

Ghanaian counselor Dr Oduro shared her thoughts in a recent interview
Source: UGC

Meanwhile, Twitter user identified as Otto Orondaam shared a long thread on a rather interesting subject matter.

In a series of post Orondaam made a case for women getting plastic surgery and those who spend hours in the gym to get their desired result.

Otto's ultimate message was that people should learn to respect people's choices and judge less.

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