Singer Of Ekwueme, Osinachi Nwachukwu’s Death Caused By Husband’s Brutality… Frank Edward … Gives shocking instances of incident

Mrs. Osinachi Nwachukwu, the famous Singer of popular song "Ekwueme".
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Singer Of Ekwueme, Osinachi Nwachukwu’s Death Caused By Husband’s Brutality… Frank Edward

… Gives shocking instances of incident


Popular gospel music Singer, Frank Edward has revealed to the general public the prime cause of the sudden death of his colleague, a famous Nigerian gospel musician, Osinachi Nwachukwu.


The death of the singer of the song, “Ekwueme”, which left millions of her fan in utter shock, has inarguably, elicited controversies following receny claims as are being made about her marriage.


Reacting to the traumatic news of Osinachi’s sudden death, Frank Edward who alleged that the deceased had overtime suffered undue brutality in the hand of her abusive husband, said she died as a result of domestic violence.



Meanwhile, the renowned singer, who shot into the limelight with the hit “Ekwueme” which has been watched 72 million times on YouTube, died in an Abuja hospital.



She was a lead singer at the Dunamis International Gospel Centre. She was featured in several popular gospel songs like “Nara Ekele” by Pastor Paul Enenche ( Dunamis , Abuja) and “You no dey use me play” by Emma.

Her family and husband, Peter Nwachukwu, who doubled as her manager, are yet to issue a statement.


However, close friends and associates have suggested that her violent union led to her untimely death.


On Saturday, her colleague, Frank Edwards, alleged that the late singer had an abusive husband, who regularly brutalised her before she died.


Mr Edwards made the remarks in an Instagram live video.



Frank Edwards said on several occasions, the late singer’s husband was in the habit of publicly insulting his wife, and he abused her on several occasions.

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Recounting an encounter with the singer, he said, “One time in a studio, this man slapped her in the studio just because she wanted to record the song in Igbo against his will. She does not do anything on her own.”


“She would say, please beg my husband. She was at his mercy. I didn’t know the intensity of what she was going through; I didn’t know how somebody would be jealous of their wife or claim to love.


“There are a lot of stories where people told her this and that, but what I know was that the control was too much. The other time somebody wanted me to get her for an event, and I contacted her, but she said ‘beg my husband.”


The singer also alleged that the late singer’s husband was controlling and would take the money she made from events. He, however, said the singer was secretive about what she was going through in her marriage.


“She couldn’t even tell people what she was going through. I only got to know because Aunty Joy contacted me to promote her song. That was when I got a glimpse into what was happening,” he said.


“It’s crazy,” he lamented.


“People have tried to invite her for their programmes, but she will keep telling them that they must beg my husband first,” he said.


Further narrating his experiences about the late singer’s marital hurdle with her husband, he said a former Managing Director of the Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC, Joy Nunieh, once gifted the singer a studio in Abuja. Still, her husband never allowed her to use the studio simply because it was built without his permission.

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Mrs. Osinachi Nwachukwu, the famous Singer of popular song "Ekwueme".



All calls put across to Dunamis Church by Famous Reporters were not responded to, as Mr. Nwachukwu could not be reached for comments as at the time of filing this report.


Demand for Justice


Crying out for Justice, Edward said he would go all out on social media for the first time in his career until justice was served.


“I have never had any reason to have a court case with anyone because I am a child of God, but you see this case, it won’t just go like that because she was a blessing to the world.


“I usually don’t get involved in things like this, I keep my family and personal stuff off social media, but this one hurt me,” he said.


He also said Mrs Nunieh, a lawyer, has promised to take up legal action against Mr Nwanchukwu.


The gospel singer also advised women in abusive marriages to take a long walk.


He said: “My advice is even if you are not a wife, if you are being physically abused, go back to your parent’s house.”


“I am not a married man, but I cannot advise anyone to stay where they have been physically abused. You might not get a divorce immediately. Just leave to save your life.”


Source: Premium Times




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