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‘If late Osinachi had left her husband, no church will call her to minister’ Blessing CEO blasts Nigerians

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Controversial relationship expert Blessing CEO has slammed Nigerians for being hypocritical about the death of famous singer Osinachi Nwachukwu.

There are speculations that the late singer allegedly died from chest pains inflicted on her by her abusive husband.

Many social media users criticized Osinachi for not leaving the marriage or reporting to her pastor, Paul Eneche of Dunamis International Church.

However, in a post shared on her Instagram page, Blessing CEO opined that if late Osinach had left her marriage, no church would invite her to minister because they would discriminate against her.

According to Blessing CEO, the church has failed in its responsibility, the reason she stopped going to church.

She wrote: If the late sister Osinachi had left her husband, I bet you that no church will call her to come and sing. They will discriminate her. The churches have failed us. That is why for 8 years I have never stepped my feet inside church, hypocrite.

8 years I never enter church and God is still blessing me with good health, success and progress……

#my ex husband father was a pastor, him mama too na pastor. Kia churches you people need to do better on relationships and marriage .., stop lying to them pls . Read your Bible. So many things they tell you about the Bible are lies, read the Bible urself, you will discover so many fabricated myth and lies they are telling u.

Kemi Filani News recalls one Gold Martins, in a post shared on Facebook, alleged Osinachi was suffering domestic violence in her home and confided in some friends about what she was going through at the hands of her husband.

However, being a gospel minister, Osinachi Nwachukwu was afraid of what the world would say if she ended her marriage after four children.

Gold Martins alleged that the church would not be ignorant of what Osinachi Nwachukwu was passing through in her home, stating that if she could tell a total stranger, then her pastor must be aware.

Another Facebook user Gloria Solomon also alleged that she hosted Osinachi Nwachukwu for a program in 2019, and it was a terrible experience with her husband when she arrived for the programme.

According to Gloria Solomon, the late gospel singer shared scary marital issues with her and how she had to sneak out of her home to honour the invitation.

She added that Osinachi’s husband threatened her on the phone and assured her that his wife would not return to his house.

Others who also reacted to the viral post on Facebook affirmed that Osinachi’s husband abused her and had kicked her in the chest, the reason she was hospitalised and died after five days of being on life support.

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  1. Anonymous

    April 10, 2022 at 8:41 pm

    Very true

  2. Felix

    April 11, 2022 at 6:36 am

    In my opinion because of this incident I will like to say at the point that pastor’s be open to preach divorce in some controversial and the specific matters that can relate to someone’s death, in the book of 1st Corinthians 7:39-40,talking about the beliver or unbeliever living together, can you live together were there is on love,divorce cannot come in a lovely home, in my suggestion, weather believer or unbeliever the first love the first church is your family if it happened that you don’t love your family there is no amount of church you go that will qualify you to see God, so I suggest that pastors should preach divorce in open not pretending that the Bible doesn’t support divorce, there are some realities we see that is not in the Bible but it does happen,thank you

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