When A Man Hits You Once, He'll Hit You Again; Leave The Marriage - Gafah Reacts To Osinachi's Death
The Ghanaian actress and a film producer, Benedicta Gafah have reacted to the Nigerian gospel singer, Osinachi Nwachukwu's death. As many people may have heard the Ekwueme singer, Osinachi Nwachukwu allegedly died of perpetual domestic violence. Reports from friends and family who knows the Osinachi Nwachukwu in person took to social media to react that the husband of the singer has been abusing her continually.
The remains of the late ‘Ekwueme’ singer, Osinachi Nwachukwu, have arrived er home town in the Amakpoke Umuaku community in Abia State for burial. Osinachi, who sang the popular song ‘Ekwueme’ died on April 8, 2022. Before the final internment today, a night of worship was held in Abuja on Thursday, June 23.
Please follow me to get access to all my newly published articles. The recent circulating news that has undoubtedly sparked massive stirs, debates, and arguments across all social media platforms was when the late Ekwueme singer’s son finally took the privilege to reveal deep secrets that led to his mother’s unexpected death.
Writer, worker of God and maker of Christian love music, has passed on. The reason for death stays obscure as at now. Gospel craftsman Sister Orsinaki, most popular for her melody 'Ekwueme' has kicked the bucket. A Nigerian Evangelical priest loaded up with the Holy Spirit, and lyricist loaded up with the sound of fire.
Breakdowns 1. Prophetess Rose Kelvin, the founder of Rose Kelvin Ministry, has offered to give scholarships to the children of late gospel singer Osinachi 2. A female Nigerian pastor known for her philanthropic deeds has asked for assistance in reaching out to the deceased's family.
Greetings readers and followers! Thank you for clicking on my article. In here, I bring to you a sad one that concerns Osinachi, who happened to be the gospel singer of ‘Ekwueme’. “Mrs. Osinachi Nwachukwu was a well-known Nigerian singer, songwriter, Minister of God and a producer of Christian worship music as well as a spirit-filled Nigerian gospel artist and songwriter with the voice of FIRE.
Ahurole's goat was a big brown she goat which her mother had given her as a wedding present. At home Ahurole fed it and drove it indoors on many night. It was an old friend and she was pleased when her mother gave it to her. Everyone agreed it was a peculiar goat. For one thing, it would not eat yams, but it but it had a great appetite for cassava as yams were far more valuable than cassava and this was a most welcome characteristics. For another, it had very short legs and never took long walks. It was always
Very bright isn't it? Very bright. Beautiful for dancing. Quite true. The man lingered for a while. May the day break, Ihuoma broke the silence?May it break; Ekwueme replied and turned to go as Ihuoma closed her door. At the entrance to Ihuoma's compound Ekwueme met his wife.He was quite taken by surprise. What are you doing here? He demanded.And what are you here? Where? At that woman's house! Looking for the goat, what else? Inside her house! What are you talking about? I saw when you came out at she locked
Must be around somewhere; he said and continued to chat with his father. After supper, the goat had still not returned. Fearing a quarrel, Ekwueme set out to look for it. The bright moonlight had fooled the animal, he thought, as he made his way from one compound to other making inquiries from neighbours. Halfway through his search he entered the young widow Ihuoma's compound. She opened it enough to show her head. No, she said, all the goats in here are mine. Ekwueme asked if she had seen the animal at any