Intrigues and various school of thoughts has been trailing the death of Nigerias popular gospel artist, Osinachi Nwachukwu. Amongst which is that she died from constant domestic abuse. What makes this line of thought worrisome is that the husband of the late singer is a pastor. Pastor Peter Nwachukwu, husband of late gospel artist, Osinachi has told Police investigators he is not responsible for the death of his wife.
Denying allegations of battery, assault and other domestic violence levied against him by family members and close associates of the popular artist, Peter said his wife had been sick for a long time (since November last year) and he has been moving her from one hospital to another to get her treated
He said he first took his wife to Federal Medical Center in Abuja, later to Gwagwalada General hospital and later to National hospital where she finally died.
A source however said he could not provide evidence of the ailment that the late Osinachi was suffering from neither could he show documents confirming the hospitals he took the gospel artist to.
The source said that following Pastor Nwachukwu’s statement; They took him to his home in handcuffs in a Police van in the Lugbe district on Tuesday, for a search for documents or evidence that will help in the investigation of case.
Meanwhile, the case has been transferred from Lugbe Police Station to the State Criminal Investigations and Intelligence.
Nathaniel Bassey, a popular Nigerian gospel musician has advised couples to pray and check again before they enter into marriage relationships.
The talented singer while reacting to the death of Singer, Osinachi Nwachukwu said although marriage is good, it is not by force.
He prayed that God will give those in abusive marriages the grace to take the right decision.
He wrote on Instagram,” In the past few weeks, I have had to share very hard posts. Posts of very wonderful ministers of the gospel who have passed. Attended two services of songs of young folks. And the harsh realities of life just stare in the face. Death is inevitable, but we don’t pray for it before time.