Late Osinachi Nwachukwu’s mom and twin sister have recounted their experiences together with her husband, Peter.
In an interview with BBC Igbo, the mom of the sensational singer revealed that her daughter’s husband mentioned she might solely depart their marriage in loss of life.
She went on to reveal how he separated her (Osinachi) from them by denying her(mom) entry to her grandchildren for 8 years and stopping her from coming for Omugwo (conventional Igbo customized for postpartum care by the lady’s mom).
She additional revealed that he by no means allowed her and her kids to their home till Pastors intervened, and likewise pushed them out whereas she (mom) was sick.
The girl additional avowed that Osinachi left her marriage for over a yr, and solely returned after her husband got here with Pastors to beg.
Based on the singer’s mom, she advised her a few instances to depart, however Osinachi insisted on staying, insisting that the Bible frowns at divorce.
She additionally disclosed that earlier than her daughter died, she and husband went for medical checkup and have been advised by medical specialists that nothing was fallacious together with her. She nevertheless accused Peter of constructing up claims of his spouse being a most cancers affected person.
The gospel singer’s sisters together with her twin, additionally shared painful experiences with Peter. They recounted how he pretended to be a pleasant particular person, until he obtained married to their sister.
They confirmed their mom’s declare of not being allowed to do Omugwo for the singer’s 4 kids and likewise claimed that Osinachi was maltreated whereas pregnant and after youngster delivery.
The singer’s twin additional disclosed that her sister was in misery when she sang her hit music, “Ekwueme” and that made her cry within the video which went viral afterwards. She added that her husband threatened to separate them and likewise fulfilled his risk.
They disclosed that Peter is unemployed and allegedly maltreated and extorted their sister repeatedly when she’s paid for her music’s ministration.