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“The Johnsons”, Kate Henshaw & Other Celebrities Pay Tribute To Ada Ameh Following Her Sad Passing

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There has been an outpouring of love and condolences from celebrities nationwide following the death of Ada Ameh on Sunday.

Ada Ameh got her start in Nollywood in Zeb Ejiro’s 1995 classic “Domitila,” which featured Kate Henshaw, Sandra Achums, Charles Okafor and a couple of others. She’s also popular for her role as Emu in the Nollywood TV series, “The Johnsons.” She also starred in Blue Pictures’ production debut title “Gone“, EbonyLife’s “Oloture,” and Bovi‘s “My Village People.”

“The Johnsons” took to their official Instagram page to confirm the news of her death. “It has taken a while to authenticate this sad news before going public under advisement from Ada’s manager who was on his way to Warri to secure physical confirmation of the horrible news that hit us all this morning,” the statement reads. “He has just called in from Warri and sadly he has confirmed our worst fears… Our beloved Emuakpor Johnson is no more.”

It is with deep sense of loss, total submission to the will of God, that Native Media Tv, cast and crew of @theofficialthejohnsons painfully announce the passing of our dear sister, friend, colleague and Matriarch of The Johnsons clan Ada Obande Ameh (aka Emuakpor Johnson).

To all our teeming fans around the world, we have truly lost a rare and vibrant gem, but celebrate the life of an icon who daily put smiles on every face and spread love in every home. Together, we join our voices with yours to offer prayers on behalf of the family. May God grant them the fortitude to bear this irreplaceable loss. ADA, You will be missed but your memory will live on in our hearts forever. We love you

Several celebrities, from friends to her co-stars, spoke about her sweet personality, and her kindness to anyone she met. See some of the tributes below:

Our thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends!

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