Trial of Osinachi's Case: Twin Sister Makes Important Revelation

Trial of Osinachi's Case: Twin Sister Makes Important Revelation

  • The twin sister of the late singer, Osinachi Nwachukwu, Amarachi Eze, has revealed how the deceased was physically abused by her husband, Peter
  • Eze told a federal high court sitting in Abuja that Peter always beat her twin sister, called her names like prostitute, thief
  • The twin sister was led-in-evidence by the prosecution counsel, Aderonke Imana and spoke in Igbo with translation to the hearing of the court by Iheohara Chukwuka and Ufomadu Justina

FCT, Abuja - The trial of Peter Nwachukwu, husband of the late gospel singer, Osinachi Nwachukwu continued on Tuesday, June 21.

Vanguard reports that the suspect appeared before Justice Njideka Nwosu-Iheme of the Federal High Court in Abuja, with the testimony of the third prosecution witness, (PW3), Amarachi Eze.

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Osinachi Nwachukwu at praise and worship programme Source: bbcnewspidgin
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Eze, who is the twin sister of the late singer, revealed to the court how Peter Nwachukwu allegedly beat Osinachi with a mopstick and called her names like “ashawo” (prostitute), thief.

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The twin sister who was led-in-evidence by the prosecution counsel, Aderonke Imana, spoke in Igbo but was translated to the hearing of the court by Iheohara Chukwuka and Ufomadu Justina.

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Eze said,

“After Osinachi had finished a programme and she was given honorarium (about N40,000), she put the money in her bag. When the husband opened her bag, he called her a thief and ‘ashawo’ and beat her. I then asked my sister, if there was anything we can do to be getting her money direct? Then she replied that if she tried that, the husband will beat her, and that she didn’t know the reason why he was beating her.
“My sister started suffering when she married Peter. She called me and told me that he uses mopstick to hit her. The husband beats her as if she was not a human being.

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“One day, my sister called and told me what was happening to her; that her stomach was disturbing her and that she thought she had an ulcer. I told my sister to tell her husband to give her money, and she told me that her husband will tell her there’s no money and beat her.”

Popular Gospel Singer Osinachi Nwachuckwu Is Dead, Nigerians Mourn Ekwueme Crooner reports that the Nigerian entertainment industry mourns once again following the demise of a popular gospel singer, Osinachi Nwachukwu.

Osimachi is the voice behind the famous Ekwueme song, she lost her life at an Abuja hospital on Friday, April 8, 2022.

As of the time of this report, the cause of her death has not been made public but Nigerians have sent their condolence messages, to the family of the deceased.

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A talented artist has dedicated his latest artwork to the memory of late gospel musician Osinachi Nwachukwu.

The young man used blet marks to create the masterpiece and accompanied it with a message against domestic violence.

Many found the video emotional as they commended the artist and equally prayed for the deceased Osinachi.


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