Nollywood comic actor Williams Uchemba has offered helpful advice to Nigerians following the death of famous gospel singer Osinachi Nwachukwu.
In the post shared on his Instagram page, Williams Uchemba said if one takes a domestic violence case to a Pastor or Imam and is asked to go back to the abuser’s house, they should change a worship centre.
According to Williams Uchemba, such a leader would need therapy because not recognising where the issue is generating is a significant problem.
Williams Uchemba added that he is ready to fight anyone who abuses anybody close to him and ensure they go to jail.
He wrote: If you are being abused through domestic violence and you take the case to your pastor/imam/leas and he asks you to go back to the house where the abuser is, change church. Cos that your leader need therapy too.
Because not recognizing that the issue is not from you but the man/woman that is the abuser is a major problem. And God help you if someone I know and care about come to me and tells me they have been abused by you whether physically or sexually or any kind. Thank God I have money I will make sure I use my last money to send you to jail.
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If you are going through Domestic abuse/ Violence of any kind LEAVE THE HOUSE FIRST, Na person why day alive day discuss forgiveness.
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.