“Osinachi developed Ulcer because her husband, Peter Nwachukwu, starved her- Late Gospel Singer’s Sister tells court

“Osinachi developed Ulcer because her husband, Peter Nwachukwu, starved her- Late Gospel Singer’s Sister tells court

Favour Madu, sister to late gospel singer, Osinachi Nwachukwu, on Monday, June 20, told the Federal Capital Territory High Court, Abuja, that Osinachi developed ulcer after her husband starved her for a long time.

While testifying as a second witness for the prosecution in the alleged culpable homicide case brought against Nwachukwu by the Attorney-General of the Federation’s office, Madu said Nwachukwu treated her sister like an animal and starved her despite being the breadwinner.

“My sister developed ulcer as a result of starvation because Nwachukwu never provided for his family. She was the provider for the family. My sister owns the house they lived in.

He drove her out of the house with their last baby under the rain and it was her first son that got a wrapper to cover the baby.”

The distraught sister told the court that the family referred to Nwachukwu as “Manager” because he had control of everything including her money, and the fear she had of him, made her not to relate well with her family.

“Her husband never treated her well. He treated her like an animal, beat her anyhow, never made her happy and never allowed her to associate with her family. There was a time she went for ministration and when she asked for stage fee, she was told that N2million had been paid into her husband’s account.

He was responsible for booking events, collecting money and only told her to go and minister without giving pocket money. When my father was ill, he wanted to come to Abuja for treatment but the defendant refused and he eventually d!ed.

While travelling for our father’s burial, the defendant [email protected] her because she complained of how rough he was driving.”she said.

During cross-examination, the defence counsel, I A Aliyu, asked how Madu became aware of the occurrences since she was in Enugu but the latter said she became aware of this through telephone conversation she had with her sister.

Aliyu equally asked Madu if the family expected to benefit from her late sister’s finances, and she answered in the affirmative.


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