Deborah Enenche, Pastor Paul Enenche’s Daughter, Spoke About The Late Gospel Artiste Osinachi’s Death.


Deborah Paul Enenche, daughter of Dunamis International Gospel Center’s Pastor Paul Enenche, revealed on Sunday that her father was unaware of the alleged domestic violence and physical abuse that the late singer, Osinachi Nwachukwu, endured throughout her marriage.

Deborah mentioned in a Facebook post that her father has always spoken out against toxic marriages. 

She said “My father has always been an advocate for removing oneself from a deeply unhealthy marriage. It is spread across the fabric of his ministry the clear fact that he has always ensured the weak are protected. It is not different in this situation.” 

The pastor’s daughter went on to say that while Osinachi was alive, everything was done to get her out of her condition and that she was cared for as much as possible in the meantime.

She also wrote “Everything was done to ensure the departed was removed from her situation and in lieu of that, she was cared for as much as possible.

 Bear in mind that there was no knowledge of the physical abuse. If such had come to light, we wouldn’t be here.“

Deborah, a lawyer, also committed to seeing to it that justice is done and that the spouse is prosecuted to the full extent of the law. 

It should be noted that extra precautions will be made to protect the late singer’s children and family.

On Facebook, you can read her entire post to get more information about what she thinks.


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