Ada Ameh Breaks Down In Tears As She Opens Up On Mental Health Battle

Ada Ameh

Nigerian actress, Ada Ameh has explained that she fell into depression after the demise of her only daughter, Aladi Godgift in 2020.

Ada Ameh who opened up on her mental health battle in an interview with TVC, Your View, revealed that the death of her daughter made her struggle with living.

According to her, she has been depressed for years and her daughter’s death worsen it because she was her best friend, and sister and it felt like her world had crumbled down with her death.

The actress disclosed that she has lost 7 of her family members over the years which took a toll on her.

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The embattled actress stated;

I have depression; I have been depressed for some years and it became very worse when I lost my daughter in 2020.

In fact, I was 14 when I had her, she was my bestfriend, sister, I just saw my world crumbling down before me.

I had lost 3 of my sister’s, 3 of my brothers and family. I thought I was going to be next when my younger sister died and I have been in and out of hospital.

On her advice for those battling mental health, she said;

I get dms from people who want to commit suicide.

Talk to a doctor, and get professional help. I used to leave Lagos to Calabar to get a doctor until I found one in Lagos.

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Talking about Empress, she stated,

Empress isn’t my friend, she is my sister. We have known each other for 23 years. We are family friends. She is always there for me. She recently came to visit me when the voice note leaked and we talked, prayed and she encouraged me.

Speaking on how her colleagues have been supporting her, she said;

They have been beautiful, like last year, when Empress and my guy did a surprise birthday, they called me, gave me gifts and money including Funke Akindele, Ini Edo, Iyabo Ojo…. I can’t start mentioning names.

My colleagues and executive producer on the Johnsons were there for me, even when I wasn’t around for filming for three months, they were paying me

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