Who Was Osinachi Nwachukwu and What Was Her Cause of Death? Honors pour out as dead “gospel singer”: South Africa is currently mourning the loss of an incredible singer. According to the latest report, Nigerian gospel singer Sister Osinachi Nwachukwu has passed away. She is said to have breathed her last on Friday (April 8, 2022). Born in Imo State, the gospel singer died at the age of 42. Although there is still no official confirmation from family members and close associates, the mother of four is said to have died in a hospital in Abuja. Ever since her passing message surfaced on the internet, social media has been in sorrow and tribute to the family. Follow more update on Mazic.co
How did Osinachi Nwachukwu die?
Osinachi reportedly battled an undisclosed illness months before her supposed last breath. However, her family has not provided the actual cause of her death. Some sources claim that she died after allegedly “suffering from throat cancer.” Our sources are attempting to discover the true cause of death and as we find details we will update this section, until then our deepest thoughts and condolences to the grieving family.
Who was Osinachi Nwachukwu?
Ms. Osinachi Nwachukwu was a prominent Nigerian singer, Minister of God, songwriter and producer of Christian worship music, a Spirit filled Nigerian gospel artist and songwriter with the voice of FIRE. She sings a song in the Igbo language and her audience came mainly from the eastern region of Nigeria.
Osinachi Nwachukwu Biography and Age
Osinachi Nwachukwu was born on November 12, 1979. Her place of birth was Owerri, Nigeria. Her zodiac sign was Scorpio. Her religion was Christian. She was well qualified and completed her studies at the private university.
Osinachiu Nwachukwu’s husband
His husband was a well known personality and minister of the gospel whose name was Mr. Peter. This couple was blessed with 4 children whose names were not available on any social media platform.
Osinachiu Nwachukwu’s career
Osinachi Nwachukwu was lead singer at Dunamis International Gospel Center. The gospel singer shot into the limelight with the hit and hit gospel song “Ekwueme,” which she made with Prospa Ochimana. She was lead singer at Dunamis International Gospel Centre.
She has performed in many famous gospel songs such as Pastor Paul Enenche’s Nara Ekele (Dunamis, Abuja), Prospa Ochimana’s Ekwueme and Emma’s You no dey use me play. Her last song, Ikem (God of Power), was released in November 2021.