‘Still soaking her pillows with tears,’ Empress Njamah shares heartbreaking video of Ada Ameh’s visit to daughter’s grave ,‘Still soaking her pillows with tears,’ Empress Njamah shares heartbreaking video of Ada Ameh’s visit to daughter’s grave ,‘Still soaking her pillows with tears,’ Empress Njamah shares heartbreaking video of Ada Ameh’s visit to daughter’s grave
Nollywood actress Empress Njamah has shared an emotional video of her friend and colleague Adah Ameh during her visit to her daughter’s grave.
In the post shared on her Instagram page, Empress Njamah said today marks one year since the demise of Ada Ameh’s only daughter Ladi.
Empress Njamah noted it has not been easy for Ada Ameh as she hurts daily and still soaking her pillows with tears, but they cannot question God.
The captioned the video: KEEP RESTING ALADI. Today marks one year you left us Ladi, not been easy without you, your mum @adaameh hurts daily and still soaking her pillows with tears,not been easy with her but who are we to question God?I know your in a safe place,I miss you dearly too,keep resting my love, keep resting.
Kemi Filani News recalls that Actress Ada Ameh was heartbroken in October 2020, after the shocking death of her daughter, Aladi Godgift, who was over 30 years old.
Ameh who is inconsolable after the sad incident said Aladi is irreplaceable to the extent that even if she gives birth again tomorrow, she or he cannot replace Ladi.
She tells Sunday Scoop, “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).