Amarachi Ezeh, twin sister of the late gospel singer, Osinachi Nwachukwu, on Tuesday told an FCT High Court that Pastor Becky Enenche, wife of the senior pastor of Dunamis International Gospel Centre Pastor Paul Enenche, intervened sometime ago in Osinachi’s marriage.
Ezeh, 42, testified for the prosecution in the alleged culpable homicide case against her late sister’s husband Peter Nwachukwu that he refused to allow Osinachi’s mother to visit her when she was sick.
“Pastor Becky Enenche of Dunamis Church, Abuja, intervened before Nwachukwu allowed our mother, Caroline Madu, to visit.
“He sent our mother out of his house after two weeks. A woman from Delta took our mother in and allowed her to stay in her house for one month. That was the last time our mother visited Osinachi,” she said.
Ezeh alleged that Nwachukwu beat her sister when she was pregnant.
The witness narrated a particular incident where someone gave Osinachi N40,000 and on getting home, she said the defendant opened her purse, took the money, called her a thief, a prostitute and still beat her up.
The witness in her testimony corroborated most of the allegations earlier given by her mother and sister, Favour on Monday.
Nwachukwu is standing trial on a 23-count charge bordering on domestic violence and homicide instituted against him.
The defendant is accused of being responsible for the death of the late gospel singer who was popularly known for her song ‘Ekwueme’.