Ghanaian marriage Counselor, George Lutterodt, made the declaration while speaking on Kasapa FM’s Efisem programme. He claimed that any lady who decides to cut her hair while preparing to marry, has inferiority issues and suffering from poverty mentality.
He also argued that such a choice of hairstyle by a lady should not be mistaken to be good fashion sense, as it rather represents the lady’s frustration of waiting to get married after several years of remaining a spinster. He said:
“Why are you changing your image, a young lady who is just at the prime age of marriage there is somebody you attract, all of a sudden you become a JHS girl then you blame the devil. You have your hair on and then suddenly you cut it off, look men are attracted by what they see and not your character. You cut your hair and you reduce to a level of a JHS girl and when young boys propose love to you, then you blame the devil for that. Ask yourself what image are you carrying.”