Popular musician Sister Osinachi Nwachukwu has died after fighting an unknown illness.
Nwachukwu, who rose to prominence with the release of her popular single Ekwueme, was said to have died on Friday in an Abuja hospital.
Sister Osinachi passed away on April 8th 2022, at age 42. Many details surrounding her death have also come to light.
Sources claimed she died of throat cancer, while family claimed she died as a result of domestic abuse.
Recently, the real cause of the death of the popular gospel minister was revealed by a close relation.
A tweet published by a friend of the late singer, Maria Ude Nwachi, revealed that her husband was often abusive to her.
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Her friend also revealed an event in which he tied her up and told her children to cane her.
She went on to say that the late singer’s husband has since been arrested by the Police.
What you need to know about Osinachi Nwachukwu
Osinachi Nwachukwu is from Imo state and was born on 12 November 1979.
She is a Nigerian gospel singer, songwriter and Minister of God. She is the songwriter with the voice of FIRE.
Osinachi has appeared in tracks including:
Nara Ekele by Pastor Paul Enenche (Dunamis, Abuja).
Ekwueme by Prospa Ochimana.
You no dey use me play by Emma.
The song that shot her to the limelight is the hit song “Ekwueme“ by Prospa Ochimana, released in 2017.
Osinachi sings in the Igbo language, and her audience is dominant in the eastern part of Nigeria.
She is the twin sister of “Amarachi Grace Eze, who is also a gospel singer.