The daughter of former Delta State Governor, Emmanuel Uduaghan, Orode Uduaghan, has tackled a popular social media pastor for his comment on gospel singer, Osinachi’s death.
News broke out over the weekend that the Imo State-born gospel singer died at the age of 42 as a result of domestic violence.
Newton, a popular clergyman who mourned her on Facebook, speculated that Osinachi may have stayed in the abusive marriage because God asked her to. He went on to state that she suffered and died in the Lord.
Reacting to his post, Orode Uduaghan, explained that domestic violence is not what the Bible meant by long suffering.
According to her, this is a culture of oppression disguised as Christianity and is not of God.
In her words,
“This is a problem, a real problem! This culture of oppression disguised as Christianity is not of God. Stop it! Stop it!. Her own cup of suffering was to be beaten not for Christ but from a man’s ego or whatever his excuse was. Stop it! So you think God is happy she died in a domestic violence situation? He mourns and weeps for her. He is heartbroken. There is no where WELL DONE reward here. Only a heartbroke father has to receive his child home before her time.”