The findings of the autopsy conducted on the late Osinachi Nwachukwu in order to discover the controversy surrounding her death has been released, according to the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Police Command.
The Director of Public Prosecution is currently reviewing the results, according to a statement published and made accessible to DAILY POST on Tuesday by DSP Josephine Adeh, the FCT police public relations officer.
The command appealed to the general public to maintain their composure while it conducts an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the death of the prominent Nigerian gospel musician.
“The results of the autopsy have been released and have been referred to the Director of Public Prosecutions for review and possible prosecution,” the statement reads in part.
Accordingly, “the Command encourages members of the public to have patience and faith in the process as due diligence is exercised in the pursuit of justice, and that updates on the matter will be shared later.”
Peter Nwachukwu, the husband of Osinachi, a chorister at Dunamis International Gospel Center, died a few months ago, allegedly as a result of domestic abuse with his wife, Osinachi.
The sad tragedy that recently engulfed the country resulted in the arrest of the husband, who was held in police custody while the autopsy was being carried out.