- The National Hospital in Abuja has settled claims in the community that the body of popular gospel singer Osinachi Nwachukwu sang in the morgue
- Meanwhile, the deceased Gospel singer featured in the hit track, Ekwueme, by Prospa Ochimana in 2019
< li>Dr. Taiwo Haastrup, the hospital’s spokesman, stated that there are no facts to support such claims and therefore they are unfounded.
On Monday, May 16, the National Hospital in Abuja dismissed claims The famous gospel singer Osinachi Nwachukwu sang “Ekwueme” in the morgue.
Hospital spokesman Dr Singen in the morgue, reports The Punch.
Speaking to journalists, Haastrup revealed that a dead person cannot sing while in the morgue.
O Sinachi, a chorister at Dunamis International Gospel Centre, died a few months ago reportedly as a result of domestic abuse at the hands of her husband Peter Nwachuk wu had suffered.
After her death, her body was dumped in the morgue of the National Hospital.
According to reports claimed Corpse attendant, Osinachi’s corpse sang her hit “Ekwueme” in the middle of the night.
Dr. Taiwo Haastrup’s Position
In response to the report, Haastrup said:
“Medically there is no such thing; It’s just an idea of people. Someone who is dead and a corpse, how would such a person sing in the night?
“There is no medical support for that; It’s a conceit, possibly due to the church she attended while she was alive, and the songs might just give people ideas, but there’s no evidence whatsoever. It simply cannot be proven in any way.
“Someone who is dead is dead and has become a corpse; it’s in a morgue, it can’t sing and it can’t move, so it’s a human performance.”
Dr. Taiwo Haastrup talks about the autopsy report
Regarding the autopsy report, Hasstrup said:
“It’s a coroner’s case and confidential, we can’t reveal anything about it. The responsible IPO will be forward it to the IGP, who will forward it to the court.
“The result was presented anyway and our people made it confidential.”
Police submit autopsy report of deceased gospel singer Osinachi before
The Abuja National Hospital, which performed the autopsy, had forwarded its results to the police.
The spokeswoman for the Federal Capital Territory Police Command (FCT), Josephine Adeh, also acknowledged receipt of the autopsy report in a statement available to Legit.ng.
Part of the statement read:
“The result of the autopsy is available and has been sent to the head of state forwarded to prosecutors for review and possible prosecution.
“The order therefore urges the public to exercise patience and trust in the process while due diligence is exercised in the pursuit of justice as updates to the case will be communicated at a later date.”