The senior pastor of Dunamis Church Abuja, has finally broke silence over the death of late Osinachi Nwachukwu who reportedly died of domestic violence even after suffering from chest pains and respiratory distress according to Dr. Enenche.
Senior pastor Enenche who spoke about the unfortunate incident on the church’s Facebook page, confirmed that, some members of the church have testified to having knowledge about the domestic violence Osinachi passed through during her lifetime.
Enenche said, Osinachi’s twin sister, Amarachi Grace Eze, also testified to knowing about the situations in her late twin sister’s marriage.
Late Sister Osinachi Nwachukwu
Pastor Eneche, who said he was in Cameroon for a crusade when the news broke, appealed to Nigerians, not to blame the Church or the body of Christ for the ill fated incident, saying that, the Dunamis Church has zero tolerance for domestic violence in any form and that he was not aware that such was going on in the Church lead singer’s (Osinachi) home until now.
Paul Enenche however, commiserated with Osinachi’s family members over the death of their illustrious daughter.
Osinachi Nwachukwu, during her lifetime, was a songwriter, a producer, and an evangelist.
The late 42 years old Osinachi was survived by her children, her twin sister, her husband, and other members of her family.
She will be remembered as the Nigerian gospel artiste, famous for the hit song ‘Ekwueme’ and other of such, chorused in many Nigerian Christian gatherings.
May her precious soul indeed Rest In Peace.