Nigerian gospel singer, Frank Edwards has blown hot over the death of his industry colleague Osinachi Nwachukwu while sharing subliminal insight on what culminated in her death.
The death of the singer whose popularity hinges on the ferocious ‘Ekwueme’ song sadly occurred on Friday, April 08 evoking emotional tributes from her fans across Africa on social media.
Initially, her death was tied to throat cancer but close friends of the late singer debunked the report as they claimed that she died due to domestic violence.
It was alleged that late sister Osinachi Nwachukwu’s husband kicked her in the chest and she was thereafter placed on life support for about 5 days before she finally died.
Frank Edwards has substantiated this wrote,
“So that unreasonable human being finally put off a shining light. I won’t say much now. I’ll let the former Nddc director (Aunty Joy) who did everything to stop this from happening talk first. But it still happened. We tried to stop this”.
Moreover, these close friends of the singer claimed that the singer died of domestic abuse and not throat cancer as she used to receive constant beatings from her husband.
According to an Instablog story, one of her friends claimed that Osinachi had been subjected to mistreatment by her husband until he kicked her in the chest, putting her on life support for five days before she died.
Meanwhile, see the screenshot below that corroborates the wild claim per this new development.
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