Gospel musician, Sister Osinachi Nwachukwu, has succumbed to throat cancer. The Ekwueme crooner reportedly passed away at an hospital in Abuja on Friday, April 8, after been on life support for over two months.

According to reports, the mother-of-four was said to be diagnosed of the deadly ailment and has been battling it for sometime now.

Osinachi shot into limelight with the hit gospel song, Ekwueme, which she did with Prospa Ochimana.
She was a lead singer at the Dunamis International Gospel Centre.

Mrs Osinachi Nwachukwu, a Nigerian singer, songwriter, Minister of God, and producer of Christian worship music, is a Spirit-filled Nigerian gospel artist and songwriter with a voice of FIRE.

Her sing are God of Power (Ikem), “Ekwueme” by Prospa Ochimana, “You no dey use me play” by Emma, and “Nara Ekele” by Pastor Paul Enenche (Dunamis, Abuja).

Sister Osinachi , a gifted musician with an angelic voice who was best known for the song Ekwueme, was married with four children. Throughout her gospel career, she has appeared in a number of well-known gospel songs, including “Nara Ekele” by Pastor Paul Enenche (Dunamis, Abuja), “Ekwueme” by Prospa Ochimana, and Emma’s “You no dey use me play.”

The deceased, whose age was unknown at the time of this report’s publication, leaves behind four children and a husband.

Many people have sent the Nwachukwu family heartfelt condolence messages and sympathy notes via social media.