Osinachi’s family alarmed over fake GoFundMe

osinachi's family alarmed over fake gofundme
osinachi’s family alarmed over fake gofundme

The family of the late gospel singer Osinachi Nwachukwu has denied creating a GoFundMe page for her children’s survival.

After spending days in an unnamed Abuja hospital, the 42-year-old mother of four passed away.

However, without the family’s permission, a few individuals created a GoFundMe account for the sole purpose of raising money for Osinachi’s children.

The family, however, disapproved of the GoFundMe account in a statement issued by attorney A. A. Paul on behalf of the family.

Please respect our privacy, we beseech the broader public. We value the attention and affection of the public. Regarding a specific GoFundMe campaign making the rounds, all of her children are being cared for, and no one has given us $32 million, nor are we stranded or pleading with the public in any way. Please, everyone should exercise caution to avoid being victims of fraud.

“Preparations for the interment are already underway, and we will tell the public once we have finalised all arrangements. Please keep us in your prayers because we have seen how far the devil can go, but in the name of Jesus, we are triumphant, and the Bible states that the steps of the righteous shine brighter and brighter until the perfect day. This is our certainty,” Paul stated in the statement.

The popular gospel song “Ekwueme,” co-written by the gospel artist and Prospa Ochimana, catapulted her into the public eye.

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