Some said she died of throat cancer, while others claimed she died as a consequence of domestic violence by her husband, Peter Nwachukwu.
The deceased’s sister allegedly revealed the reason for the great singer’s demise in an interview with Vanguard.
“She did not succumb to cancer.” Mr. Peter Nwachukwu, her husband, smacked her across the breast with his leg. “All the time, he’s been hitting her, but my sister keeps everything she’s going through hidden from us,” Favour was quoted as saying.
“Before now, we’ve advised her to leave the marriage, that they’re not divorcing and that it’s simply a separation,” said the couple. But she had the impression that God was against divorce.
“We explained to her that divorce is not a sin, but rather a need for her to survive and care for her children. She often tells us to take it easy and that the guy will change. So she went down when the guy kicked her in the chest, and he brought her to the hospital without telling us.”
She went on to say that they were unaware of the recent occurrence until her twin sister was contacted by a friend of the late singer.
“Her buddy in Ebonyi state contacted her twin sister, since Osinachi has a twin sister, and said, ‘Did your Sister tell you that Peter slapped her in the chest?’ “Then her sister told her no,” she explained.
“It was the chest beating that killed her. My brother had to inquire as to what caused her death, and the doctor said that she died due to clusters of blood clots on her chest.
“Regrettably, they failed to inform the doctor that she had been kicked in the chest since the doctor would have known what to do if he had known what had occurred.” She would beg for peace every time we spoke with her, and if we moved to act, she would tell us no, that we should calm down.”
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Osinachi and Peter met, according to Favour, during one of her machinations.
Their relationship resulted in the birth of four children.
Osinachi, who was a main vocalist at the Dunamis International Gospel Centre, rose to prominence in 2017 with the tune “Ekwueme,” which also featured Prospa Ochimana.
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