Nollywood veteran Ada Ameh died in Warri, Delta, around 11:00 pm on Sunday. A contact near her family confirmed on Monday morning.
Ame was said to have been a guest of an oil company toy store and his family when he was suddenly depressed.
She was allegedly rushed to the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation hospital, but was sentenced to death upon arrival at the hospital.
Ame, who played the role of Anita in the movie “Domitira” in 1996, is especially famous for her cartoon character in the series “Johnsons”.
Johnsons is a comic family sitcom focused on the average family based in Lagos, Nigeria, their diverse traits, and how they deal with the life they have to offer them.
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Born May 15, 1974 in Ajegunle, Lagos, a popular actress shared a meal video with her family on her official Instagram page around 12:53 pm on Sunday.
A few days ago she said she was fighting a mental health problem. Ame shouted in a post on her Instagram page on Wednesday.
The actress lost her only child in 2020. She further said she was accused of not being able to carry out her work.
“Everything will work, I’m having a problem now, and it’s killing me. I won’t die, we’ll get over it.
“I was given a job, I didn’t work because I had a mental problem. Do people understand? They blame me on the bill and sue me. It’s okay, “she said with tears.
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Johnsons’ sitcom top cast includes Samuel Ajibora (Spiff), Pablo (Kunlevamtefa),
Charles Inojie (Lucky Johnson), Elvis Duke, Olmide Owol (Tari Johnson), Susan Pwajok (Blessing Johnson) …
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