Mortuary Attendants Cries Out, Reveals How Osinachi Nwachukwu’s Ghost Sings ‘Ekwueme’ At Nights

Mortuary Attendants Cries Out, Reveals How Osinachi Nwachukwu’s Ghost Sings ‘Ekwueme’ At Nights

Mortuary attendants where the remains of late gospel singer, Osinachi Nwachukwu have alleged that the late singer always sings her ‘Ekwueme’ hit track every night.

According to them, every night they reportedly hear the gospel singer sing her hit song “Ekwueme” every midnight.

This has generated mixed reactions from the public as many opined that the report can’t be true.

king.oscar4 wrote:

Is possible, one of my uncle died and started singing black black black ship in the mortuary

simplyjessi_b wrote:

 It can be true, my mom tell me that’s he die before her time, that her spirit was still existing on earth, but make she go torment the husband nau

sheila_bowgirl wrote:

Please you people should stop it, it’s past midnight and I no get light inside my room

luchyclaire30 wrote:

Mad people everywhere for this country… mtchewwwwww

immigrant0244 wrote:

You people are too gullible for my liking

Earlier today, the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, Abuja Police Command, has revealed that it transferred the case of the late gospel singer, Osinachi Nwachukwu, to the Directorate of Public Prosecutions.

The 42-year-old ‘Ekwueme crooner’ passed away on April 8, in an Abuja-based hospital.

Following her death, her close friends/family members alleged that she died in the hospital while treating herself after her husband kicked her on the chest during one of his many physical attacks on her.

Subsequently, her Husband, Mr. Peter Nwachukwu was arrested on Sunday April 10, on grounds of suspected culpable homicide.

According to report, the case was transferred from the Lugbe Police Division to the State Criminal Investigation Department the following day.

However, A source has come out to shed more light on the recent development. According to the PUNCH Metro, the autopsy report had been released, adding that the police would seek legal advice on the matter

The command’s Police Public Relations Officer, Josephine Adeh, on Monday, said the case was no longer with the police.

She said, “The case is no longer with us. It is now with the DPP in the office of the Attorney General.”


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