5 Months After Her Only Child Died, Nollywood Actress Ada Ameh Continues Grieving, See What She Said

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It was back in October 2020 when Ada Ameh’s world was shattered after her only daughter, Aladi Gift, passed away following a battle with a prolonged illness.

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Months later, the Nollywood actress is fully yet to shut the door of this unfortunate incident and move on with her life.

The bereaved mother cried out that she misses her daughter, adding how Aladi made her a better person and according to her, she would not have been here today if it not been for her late daughter.

In a recent chat with Sunday Scoop, Ada Ameh freely let out her emotions to describe the big vacuum her daughter has left in her life in the aftermath of her death. He’s quoted as saying;

“In the space of some years, I lost four members of my family. It was in 2018 after the death of my younger singer, Ajuma, who was a football coach, that I discovered I was suffering from depression. I had not even healed totally when my daughter passed away.

My family members, friends and colleagues stood by me and supported me with prayers. Empress Njamah became like a small mother to me. We have known each other for over 22 years. It has just been by the grace and mercy of God.

“I miss my daughter so much and I still have a large picture of her in my living room. My daughter died as an adult and we practically grew up together. I had her at the age of 14. She was more of a friend to me, than a daughter. It is not something I can ever forget. Even if I give birth again tomorrow, I cannot replace her.

She was irreplaceable. She made me a better person. The way I value and appreciate people was because of her. In many ways, she made me who I am today. If I did not have her, perhaps, I would not have been the person I am today. She gave my life a new meaning and she made my journey much easier (cries).”


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