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Osinachi Nwachukwu Died As A Result Of A Kick From Her Husband — Family

Osinachi Nwachukwu Died As A Result Of A Kick From Her Husband — Family

Osinachi Nwachukwu Died As A Result Of A Kick From Her Husband — Family

Osinachi Nwachukwu died as a result of a kick from her husband, according to a family member.

Osinachi Nwachukwu, the late gospel singer’s sister, has revealed the cause of her death, disputing the first rumors that she died of throat cancer.

In an interview with The Vanguard, Favour Made, the deceased’s elder sister, said her sister died as a result of a cluster of blood in the chest from the kicking she reportedly received from her husband, Mr Peter Nwachukwu. She mentioned that her sister’s husband had treated her terribly before her sudden death.

What she’s saying:

  • “She did not die of cancer. The husband, Mr. Peter Nwachukwu, hit her with his leg on the chest.
  • All this time, he had been beating her, but my sister hid all that she was passing through from us.
  • We had previously advised her to leave the marriage, claiming that they were not divorcing but rather separating.
  • But she felt that God was against divorce,” Favour told Vanguard news.
  • “We told her that separation was not a sin but just for her to stay alive and take care of her children.
  • She will always tell us to relax and that the man will change.
  • So, when the man kicked her on the chest, she fell down, and he took her to the hospital, but he did not even tell us.”
  • “It was her friend who lives in Ebonyi state that called her twin sister, because Osinachi has a twin sister, to ask, “Did your sister tell you that Peter hit her on the chest?” The sister then told her no.”
  • “It was the hit on the chest that killed her.
  • My brother had to ask the doctor what was wrong with her, and the doctor said that there were clusters of blood on her chest. 
  • Unfortunately, they did not tell the doctor that she was kicked on the chest because the doctor could have known what to do if he had any idea of what happened.
  • Each time we talked to her, she would be pleading for peace and if we moved to act, she would tell us no, that we should calm down,”she said.

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