Singer, Osinachi Nwachukwu Died Of Domestic Violence, Not Cancer – Friends Make Startling Allegation
Different close friends of popular Nigerian gospel singer, Osinachi Nwachukwu have alleged that the singer didn’t die of throat cancer as widley reported.
They said that the singer died of domestic abuse.
Recall that news broke on Friday that the singer has passed away and the cause of her death had been revealed as throat cancer.
However, friends of the singer had now come out to allege that the phenomenal singer didn’t die of throat cancer but because of the beating she got from her husband.
According to a report made by Instablog, one of her friends alleged that the singer had been enduring maltreatment from her husband until he kicked her in the chest which resulted in her being on life support for 5 days before she finally died.
See text exchanges from friends who knew her below;
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