‘Her tears are still soaking her pillows,’. Empress Njamah posts a moving video of Ada Ameh visiting her daughter’s cemetery.

Empress Njamah, a Nollywood actress, has posted a sad video of her friend and colleague Adah Ameh visiting her daughter’s burial.

 

Empress Njamah wrote on her Instagram profile that today is the one-year anniversary of Ada Ameh’s only daughter Ladi’s death.

 

Empress Njamah said that it has not been easy for Ada Ameh, who continues to cry and hurt on a daily basis, but they cannot question God.

 

The video was captioned as follows: ALADI, KEEP RESTING. Today is one year since you left us, Ladi. It hasn’t been easy without you, and your mother @adaameh still weeps on her pillows. It hasn’t been easy with her, but who are we to question God? I know you’re safe, yet I miss you.

 

 

KEEP RESTING ALADI was the caption for the video. Today is one year since you left us, Ladi. It hasn’t been easy without you, and your mother @adaameh still weeps on her pillows. It hasn’t been easy with her, but who are we to question God? I know you’re in a good place, and I miss you terribly. Rest well, my love.

 

 

Actress Ada Ameh was grieved in October 2020, after her daughter Aladi Godgift, who was over 30 years old, died unexpectedly.

 

Ameh, who is distraught over the tragic tragedy, has stated that Aladi is irreplaceable to the point where she or he cannot replace Ladi even if she or he gives birth again tomorrow.

 

 

“I lost four members of my family in the space of a few years,” she tells Sunday Scoop. I learned I was depressed in 2018, following the death of my younger singer, Ajuma, who was also a football coach.

 

 

When my daughter died, I hadn’t even fully recovered. My family, friends, and coworkers were all there for me and prayed for me. Empress Njamah took on the role of a mother to me. We’ve been friends for nearly 22 years. It has all been by God’s grace and mercy.

 

 

“I still have a large picture of my daughter in my living room because I miss her so much.” My daughter died when she was an adult, and we grew up together. I had her when I was 14 years old. She was more like a friend than a daughter to me. It is a memory I will never forget. I won’t be able to replace her even if I give birth again tomorrow.

 

 

She was a one-of-a-kind individual. She helped me grow as a person. It’s because of her that I value and appreciate individuals the way I do. She shaped me into the person I am now in numerous ways. Perhaps I would not be the person I am now if it hadn’t been for her. She gave my life new meaning and made my trip a lot easier for me (cries).