In the name of Jesus, we send you greetings.
In light of the passing of our beloved sister, Osinachi Nwanchukwu, who is a kingdom and generation asset to this generation, we are in a season that calls for sober reflection.
Because there has been so much misinformation and misinterpretation of events, I have decided to clarify what I know about the situation. She came to see me with her husband about two and a half to three months ago, complaining of chest pain and respiratory distress.
I prayed for her, and I prayed, and I prayed, and I prayed, and I prayed, and I prayed, and I When the symptoms didn’t go away, I suggested they go to the hospital so we could figure out what we were dealing with.
They asked if I could assist them in expediting the process. I contacted our medical team’s leader, Dr. Osang, a consultant pediatrician at the Federal Medical Centre in Keffi, to help them with their situation.
And he dialed Jabi’s Federal Medical Centre, where he summoned colleagues to assist them. After seeing her, he ordered some investigations, which included a CT scan (Computed Tomography Scan).
That was completed, and based on what the doctor saw, they determined that additional investigations were required at either the University of Abuja Teaching Hospital or the National Hospital in Abuja.
I contacted Dr. Akor Alexander, a pulmonologist and respiratory physician at the University of Abuja Teaching Hospital, and informed him of the situation. He requested that they come see him right away.
They then proceeded to Gwagwalada Teaching Hospital. They felt there was a need for histology and biopsy of the Lung Tissue after they examined her there and saw the situation, so they asked her to go to the National Hospital to get that done.
I called Dr. Jubrin, the head of pathology and consultant histopathologist at the National Hospital in Abuja, again to report the problem and ask him to assist us in continuing the investigation and determining exactly what happened.
I’m calling people’s names and locations because they’re available and alive, and they’re all verifiable. After that, they carried on with the management. I did the histology based on what I saw at the time.
We were relieved that the picture was much milder than what the CT Scan earlier had revealed, and that there was at least some relief.
She called me almost every day and asked me to pray with her. She updated us on her progress. According to what she told me one night, she reached a point where she no longer required oxygen.
And that they checked her oxygen perfusion and found it to be 100 percent, which we were overjoyed about. That was the situation before we went to Cameroon for the Crusade.
It was the second night in Cameroon that I learned of her untimely death.
Now, there’s no way I’d have known if there had been domestic violence that led to or coincided with the symptoms she presented with two and a half to three months ago, and there’s no way I’d have known if there had been persistent domestic violence.
The things we’ve been hearing since her death have been very strange to me. Then I started asking questions.
I first inquired of the twin sister, “Are you aware that your sister has gone through all of this?” Yes, she admitted that she knew a few of them.
That she was hearing about the majority of them from people she trusted. I questioned her, saying, “If you knew, why didn’t you tell us?” And the twin sister said, “Please don’t tell the Church, don’t tell the pastor, please the man will change, just pray for us,” as she always begged her.
That the man will undergo a transformation.
And it went on like that.
Yesterday, I asked the first son, “Is this real?” Other stories were told by the son. And I said, “Why didn’t you tell me?” because they usually come to me after church and I pray for them. Put your hands on them.
Why didn’t you tell me about what was going on at home, I asked? And the young man explained that they couldn’t tell me because their father would always inquire after they had left, “What did you tell the pastor?” Did you say anything to him? etc., etc., etc., etc., etc., etc., etc.,
Other members of the Choir who were privy to some of what was going on.
When we went to see the deceased’s house yesterday, I asked one of them. What happened, and why weren’t we aware of everything? The same story about how she could go on her knees and beg them to please, don’t, just pray, don’t, we’re trusting God to change him.
The music producer, who came to see me in the office two days ago to tell me about his own experience witnessing a man slap his wife in his music studio, was the last one who touched me deeply.
And I told him that you witnessed a man slap a woman in your presence and you left the man alone, despite the fact that you are a man.
And he said that before he could respond to the man, the woman begged him not to do anything again, crying on her knees. To not bother him. And to take no action at all. etc., etc., etc., etc., etc., etc., etc., So, these are the stories we’ve heard, and these are all the things we learned after she passed away.
Everyone who knows us knows that we have zero tolerance for domestic abuse and wife battering of any kind, both as individuals and as a Church.
If you’ve ever listened to one of our relationship messages, you’ll notice that we have a principle, policy, or rule: it’s better to be alive without marriage than to die because of marriage. We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again. I’m sure some of us listened to the audio clips of those messages.
Now, this is the time when people lay all sorts of blame on the Church, which is understandable because whenever something goes wrong, the Church is the first port of call.
People have asked why a wife abuser should be a member of the Church, or how can someone be so brutal and be a member of the Church. That is not a question that people who are familiar with the Bible should ask. You may recall that the same Noah’s Ark that carried good animals also contained evil beasts.
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You’re probably aware that Jesus Christ had a large following, referred to in the Bible as the multitudes.
Multiple attitudes; people with multiple inclinations; people with multiple tendencies; people with multiple behaviors are what I mean by multitudes.
In fact, one of those who followed Jesus Christ was Judas Iscariot, a thief who also sold him to death.
How could someone follow Jesus Christ, who was as perfect as he was, as instructive as he was, and as impactful as he was, and still be a thief and murderer? That is a question that everyone is free to answer.
And I’ll tell you the worst part: in Heaven, there was a personality named Lucifer who became Satan the devil under God’s nose; a place where there was no sin and could have been no sin at all.
This individual became the creator and inventor of sin. How does someone go from being an Archangel to becoming a devil while still in Heaven? That is the extent to which anyone can be anything while inside the Church. Even the best pastors, teachers, and preachers in the world will not be able to change a person who refuses to change. If you’re frustrated about something and you’re venting your frustrations here and there, or if you’re transferring aggression or frustration, the Church is not the place for you.
We are willing to assist you if you are experiencing a great deal of bitterness, frustration, or distraction in your life and don’t know where to vent it, but in situations like this, we can assist you.
I’d like to express our love for you, as well as Jesus’ love for you. Everything is fine with you and your loved ones. We pray for strength and assistance for the deceased’s family, and for the Body of Christ as a whole, it is well with you in Jesus’ Name.
God bless you, Dr. Pastor Paul Enenche, Senior Pastor of the Dunamis International Gospel Centre.
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