By Henry Iheanacho
Founder of Dunamis International Gospel Center, Pastor Paul Enenche has opened up on what he knows about the sad demise of gospel singer, Osinachi Nwachukwu.
The clergyman, in a video shared on his Facebook page, said Osinachi whilst alive, had visited his office with her husband, and complained of chest pains as well as respiratory challenges.
According to Enenche, he prayed for her and facilitated her visit to different hospitals for checkup, and management of the illness.
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He, however, stated that as at the time, he was unaware of the domestic abuse she suffered at the hands of her husband.
“Over two and half months ago, she came to see me with her husband with complaints of chest pains, and respiratory stress. I prayed for her and prayed again. And when the symptoms did not abate, I counselled that they should go to the hospital to know exactly what the issue was.
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“They asked that I help facilitate the process and I called our head of the medical team to assist handle their situation. He called FMC Jabi and they were attended to,” he said.
Enenche added; “She called me literally daily and reported progress and I prayed with her. She told me they checked her oxygen perfusion and it was 100% and we were very excited at that progress. That was the point it was before we went to the crusade in Cameroon. It was the second night in Cameron that I got to know of the unfortunate incident of her passing.
“If there was domestic violence that led to it or coincided with those symptoms she came with, there is no way I will know. If there was domestic violence there is no way I will know,” he said.
The pastor said Osinachi’s twin sister informed him that the ‘Ekwueme’ singer had begged her not to report to the church.
He further stated that the talented singer’s first son confirmed she suffered domestic violence and also revealed that he didn’t tell the pastor because their father always probed them after service to know what they discussed anytime he and his sibling greeted the pastor.
Enenche sad that he confronted some of the people who refused to raise alarm despite being aware of the abuse, and that was when he discovered that Osinachi begged them not to speak.