Media personality, Daddy Freeze has advised women in abusive relationships or marriages to seek professional help instead of their pastors.
Freeze said this in a post shared on his Facebook page, in a seeming reaction to the death of Bimbo, the wife of popular businessman, Ikechukwu Ogbonna a.k.a IVD, who was a victim of domestic abuse in her marriage.
Speaking to women on the issue of domestic violence, Daddy Freeze advised them to consult trained professionals and therapists, not their spiritual leader in church because there is very little they can do to help.
He went on remind them that prayer and preaching could not save gospel minister, Osinachi, who died in April 2022 after a violent episode with her husband following years of domestic abuse.
See Freeze’s post below,
In other news, Grace Nnaji, a neighbour of late gospel singer, Osinachi, on Thursday told a Federal Capital Territory Court in Abuja that the singer, on many occasions, begged her not to report her husband, Peter Nwachukwu’s abuse, as she believed he would change.
Nnaji, a tailor and close friend of the deceased singer, told the court that she met the singer when her husband approached her to make a dress for her.
Nnaji, while giving her testimony led by the prosecution counsel, Aderonke Imana, said that she became close to the deceased as her shop in Aco Estate, Airport Road, Lugbe, and residence were close to the Nwachukwu’s house.
She said the deceased confided in her that her husband, Peter Nwachukwu, was always hitting her at the slightest provocation. Continue reading here