Mortuary attendants mourn Gospel singer Osinachi Nwachukwu’s ghost singing ‘Ekwueme’ every midnight
The morgue attendants who can no longer speak.
In separate news, FCT Command Police revealed on Tuesday that the autopsy examination of deceased gospel star Osinachi Nwachukwu carried out at National Hospital Abuja has been concluded and the result handed over to the director. federal department public prosecutions. Justice for possible prosecution.
FCP Police Command Public Relations Officer DSP Josephine Adeh made this known in an update on the investigation into the alleged murder of the gospel star through brutality and mistreatment by her pastor husband, Peter Nwachukwu.
The statement reads: “The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Police Command in accordance with standard best practices and in an effort to debunk the circumstances surrounding the death of popular gospel singer Osinachi has performed an autopsy on the deceased.”
On April 15, The Nation reported that the National Hospital had said the autopsy report would only be released to the police.
The hospital said the autopsy would not be released to the public.
The autopsy was to find out what had killed the Ekwueme crooner.
Osinachi’s death is said to have been linked to her husband’s brutality.
After his death, Osinachi’s family demanded that an autopsy be performed to determine the cause of his death.
The National Hospital’s public relations officer, Prince Tayo Haastrup, confirmed to The Nation that the autopsy report had been released to the police.
Haastrup said: “The autopsy report has been handed over to the police. They are with him.”