The founder of, Dunamis International Gospel Centre, Pastor Paul Enenche, has given his own account of what he knows about the late gospel singer, Osinachi Nwachukwu. Find below his account as posted on his Facebook page.
We bring you greetings in Jesus’ Name.
We are in a season that calls for sober reflection in the light of the passing of our beloved sister, Osinachi Nwanchukwu who is a kingdom and generation asset to this generation.
Now, if there was domestic violence that lead to or coincided with those symptoms that she came with two and half months to three months ago, there is no way I would know, and if there had been perennial domestic violence, there was no way I would have known.
First, I asked the twin sister, if she was aware that her sister passed through all these things. She said yes that she knew some of them. That the majority of them she was hearing from those she confided in. I asked her, I said if you knew, why didn’t you let us know? And the twin sister said, she always begged her, please don’t let the Church know, don’t tell the pastor, please the man will change, just pray for us. That the man will change. And that continued to happen.
I asked the first son yesterday, I said was this real? And the son told other stories. And I said so, why didn’t you tell me because typically they will run to me after service and I will pray for them. Lay hands on them.
Other members in the Choir were privy to some of the things that were going on. I asked one of them when we paid a visit to the house of the deceased yesterday. What happened, why were we not aware of all these things? The same story that she could always go on her knees and asked them please, don’t, just pray, don’t, we are trusting God for him to change.
The last one that touched me so much was the music producer, who came to see me in the office two days ago to tell me his own experience of how he witnessed the man slap his wife in his music studio. And I said to him, you saw a man slap a woman in your presence and you left the man alone and you are a man yourself.
As a person and as a Church, everyone who knows us knows that we have zero degree tolerance for domestic abuse and wife battering of any sort. If you ever listen to any of our relationship messages, there is a principle, policy, and a rule we have and that is; it is better to be alive without marriage than to die because of marriage.
Now, this kind of time is the time where people heap all manner of blame on the Church and that is typical because whatever goes wrong, the first point of call is the Church.
This is Dr. Pastor Paul Enenche, Senior Pastor, Dunamis International Gospel Centre,
God bless you