Empress Njamah confronts controversy over condolence visits after Ada Ameh’s death
Nollywood actress and businesswoman, Empress Njamah, is gradually coming to terms with the loss of her best friend, Ada Ameh.
Ada Ameh tragically passed away last week while visiting a couple in Warri, Delta State.
Due to the loss of her siblings and only child, she struggled with sadness and poor health for a long period prior to passing away.
Only one of her colleagues, Empress Njamah, stood by her during this ordeal to make sure she got the love and support she needed to heal.
Sadly, she finally kicked the bucket.
After she passed away, Njamah struggled to recover from the loss of her best friend.
Njamah was seen weeping profusely in a viral video as she opened a condolence book for her best friend.
Actress, Etinosa Idemudia, however, criticized the condolence visit video that was posted online.
According to her, the individuals who took the recording and those who paid the sympathy visit were insensitive toward a situation as that.
Njamah resorted to social media to express her gratitude to everyone who supported her even as she continues to heal from the loss of her pal. She paid tribute to her late buddy while
addressing the controversy, .
She wrote: “Keep sleeping, my sweet trouble” as she the title of the post.
“My joy is that I posted this video smiling, thought I was going to soak my pillow with tears, but all I did was smile. Glad I can now get on my phone and have the strength and courage to type. It is well. It is amazing the things that I see on social media. Many things brought to my knowledge, it’s not the right time to speak, let me mourn in peace, but it’s really a pity. There is time for everything and the time for me to talk will come, but for now, let me heal. Thanks to all who reached out, could not pick calls and reply messages, but I never forget @adaameh, I miss you sha, but you are in a better place.”