Big Concerns as Nigeria loses Three Popular Gospel Singers in 7 Months

Big Concerns as Nigeria loses Three Popular Gospel Singers in 7 Months

These Gospel Singers, who had attained international recognition, died under different circumstances, raising the question of what celebrities go through in their families and private corners.

In recent times, the world’s most populous black nation, Nigeria has been hit with serious tragedies in the world of gospel music.

The nation was hit by the sudden deaths of three of its finest gospel artistes within the last seven months.

These gospel singers, who had attained international recognition, died under different circumstances, raising the question of what celebrities go through in their families and private corners.

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Just as great South African reggae singer, Lucky Dube pointed out in his song ‘Mask’, these celebrities put on brave faces every morning and night, and go on stage with big smiles on their faces, but when they go home and take off their masks, unbelievable tears run down their face.

According to the late South African reggae artist, who was killed mysteriously, celebrities put on big smiles for the cameras, have lives that their fans would only dream of, while on the inside, they hurt just like every other person.

Stories about the personal and family experiences of these Nigerian gospel artists, such as Chinedu Nwadike, Osinachi Nwachukwu and Sammie Okposo set social media on fire either before or after their deaths.

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Chinedu Nwadike, who was best known for his hit song, ‘God of Vengeance’, died of blood cancer in March 27th 2022, after recovering from kidney failure.

Also, in April 8, 2022, the famous ‘Ekwueme’ singer, Osinachi Nwachukwu, died from the injuries allegedly sustained from domestic abuse against her by her husband, Peter Nwachukwu.

This was followed by the sudden death of Sammie Okposo, who reportedly died of heart related disease on Friday, 25th November 2022.

The ‘Wellu Wellu’ singer was said to have died in his sleep at his home on Friday morning.

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