The National Hospital in Abuja has issued an autopsy report detailing the circumstances surrounding the death of gospel singer Osinachi Nwachukwu.

The medical report acquired by Newsmen did not reveal any evidence of physical aggression against the late singer. It did, however, provide three significant conclusions on the late singer's cause of death, although nothing concerning physical violence was revealed.

The report dated 21/4/2022 and stamped with the seal of the hospital says "The main findings include generalized organ pallor, bilateral leg swelling, fluid in the sac containing the heart. Tumor deposits in and on the heart, lungs, kidneys. Massively enlarged heart. She also has fluid around the lungs, which restrict breathing. Her spleen is enlarged and has signs of infection. There are no marks of violence in her on our examination."

See What National Hospital Abuja Said About Osinachi's Autopsy Report

"I certify that cause of death in my opinion to be : Cardiac Tamponade( serious fluid in the sac containing the heart; tumours in the heart, lungs, kidneys; Septicaemia."

Septicemia, often known as sepsis, is the medical term for bacterial blood poisoning.

Recall that the Federal Capital Territory High Court delayed Peter Nwachukwu's trial, which was charged on 23 counts of domestic violence and homicide, until June 16 and 17.

On Friday, Justice N.K. Nwosu-Iheme ordered him to be detained at the Kuje Correctional Facility.

On April 8, the singer died, and several of her coworkers and siblings claimed that her husband had subjected her to physical abuse, which led to her death.


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