By Ejike Ikezuagu.
A Nigerian-American born artist, Ada King has condemned violence against women after the recent death of the gospel artist, Mrs Osinachi Nwachukwu.
While interacting with the newsmen last weekend in Anambra state. In her reaction over the death of Osinachi Nwachukwu who died recently, she said, Mrs Osinachi was an inspirational singer and a very spiritual woman. She said her death came as a rude shock to her and her entire family. She burst out crying when the news of Osinachi’s death was broken to her by her father (Ada’s father).
She said, Osinachi’s songs have always been her favourite songs. According to her, she said, she always used her songs to meditate and draw closer to God in prayers.
While interacting with Ogene Ndigbo Newspaper after returning from the United States of America, in her hometown in Anambra state, she condemned every act of violence against women and commended the Nigeria Minister of Women Affairs, Dame Pauline Tallen for taking up the issue legally to fight for justice for Osinachi Nwachukwu.
Ada urged Nigerians to rally round the Minister in getting justice for Osinachi. She asked Nigerians to always put the children in prayers.
She further requested the Nigeria police to leave no stone unturned and do a thorough investigation to get justice for Mrs Nwachukwu.
According to Ada King, she said, her Foundation will actively engage in sensitising the youths against gender-based violence and the need to stop it, she concluded.
It should be noted that Ada King recently released her globally acclaimed hit, “Easy” which was signed under the Infinite Music and Entertainment Record Label.