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“You shall not d*e” – Throwback video of late Osinachi Nwachukwu’s children praying for her on her last birthday celebration

A melancholic video showing the moment the children of late Gospel artiste, Osinachi Nwachukwu, were praying for her during her last birthday celebration has surfaced online.

Osinachi Nwachukwu's children praying

In the video, the gospel singer is seen kneeling down in what seemed like their sitting room as her children took turns to lay hands on her head and pray for her.

The kids prayed that she would not die before her time and that she would continue singing melodious sings and win souls for God.

Sadly, the ‘Ekueme’ singer died on Friday, April 18, from injuries she sustained after she was allegedly physically assaulted by her husband, Peter Nwachukwu.

It was initially alleged that the singer died from cancer, but emerging reports from acquaintances revealed that she was a victim of domestic abuse and her husband turned her into a punching bag at the slightest opportunity.

The news of her death has stirred an outcry for people in abusive marriages to leave their partners before they get killed prematurely.

Watch the video below 👇👇

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