Gospel singer Osinachi’s family raises alarm over fake GoFundMe account

Osinachi Nwachukwu’s family has raised an alarm over a fake GoFundMe account which was setup in the deceased name.

Those who opened the GoFundMe account, had claimed that the sole aim was to raise funds for Osinachi’s kids. They however did this without consent from the family.

The family in a statement released on their behalf by a lawyer, A. A. Paul, expressed their disapproval of the GoFundMe account.

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It read;

“We plead with the general public to please respect our privacy. We appreciate the public for their concern and love. All her children are being taken care of and we have not collected any 32 million from anybody nor are we stranded or begging the public in any form as regards to a certain GoFundMe account making rounds. Please everybody should be careful so that you don’t get scammed.

“The burial arrangement is in progress and we shall inform the general public once we have made full preparation. Please remember us in your prayers as we have seen how far the devil can go but in the name of Jesus we are victorious and the bible says that the steps of the righteous shines brighter and brighter unto a perfect day that is our assurance.”

In other news, The husband of late gospel singer Osinachi, Peter Nwachukwu has been remanded at the Kuje Correctional Facility pending the hearing of the homicide-related suit filed against him.

Today, June 3, Nwachukwu was arraigned before the High Court of the Federal Capital Territory on a 23-count charge that bordered on culpable homicide.

Peter was charged with culpable homicide contrary to section 221 of the Penal Code, which is punishable by death, according to court papers filed by Mrs. Yewande Gbola-Awopetun, Head, Sexual and Gender-Based Violence, Department of Public Prosecutions of the Federation, Ministry of Justice.

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