By Ogo Clarkson.. Nigerian singer and song writer, Felix Sone Aghedo, better known as Kizmoni has said that the revelation of the death of late gospel singer, Osinachi Nwanchuku will collapse many marriages soon.
The Edo born but Lagos/Finland based artist said many women as wives are facing similar situations like that of the late Osinachi.
Speaking, he said, “It is unfortunate that she is not here to say how she felt or what she was going through. It is possible that she was suffering from emotional and physical abuse”.
“It might also be that she was scared to ask people for help and tell publicly what was going on in her marriage because she was afraid of her husband”.
The Economics graduate from Ambrose Alli University, (AAU) Ekpoma said, now that it has become public knowledge that her husband, Pastor Peter Nwanchukwu abused her till her death, other women will quickly yield to Apostle Johnson Suleiman advise that is trending on social media to run out of marriage or beat up the husband with members of his church if they are touched.
“Nigeria is not oversea where women contest equal right with the men, here has tradition where the husband want to dominate and as a result marriage will collapse”.
The 27 years old song writer said that single parents is fast becoming common because the contemporary ladies in the societies are becoming impatient and talk less when their lives are in danger, even the bible condemned it.
However, the FCT Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Josephine Adeh, confirmed that the autopsy is necessary because “it is part of the investigation”
“You know there have been speculations about her death, since the husband is insisting that she died due to an illness and there care other speculations, the autopsy will determine the cause of her death”.
The 42 year old Osinachi died on Friday April 8, at the National Hospital.
Meanwhile, a Benin based legal practitioner, Afolabi Olayiwola has instituted an annual award for young gospel singers in honour of late song writer and gospel artist, Osinachi Nwachukwu.
Afolabi who is a member of the Deeper Life Bible Church and from Ekiti State said he is an ardent follower of the late Osinachi with one of her songs ‘Okun n’ere ere’ being his favorite and also counseled against remaining in marriage despite violence.
The human rights lawyer said the award would attract a financial reward of N50,000 (Fifty thousand Naira) annually and would be done until he breathed his last.
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