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Ada Ameh's Death Huge Loss To Creative Industry, Says Coalition of Nigeria Entertainers


Players in the creative industry under the aegis of Coalition of Nigerian Entertainer have expressed shock over the death of Nollywood actress, Ada Ameh, describing her passage as a huge loss to the industry.

Speaking with journalists in Abuja on Saturday, President of the coalition, Amb. Kenule Nwiya said late Mrs. Ameh was a great asset to the industry who is popular for featuring in one of the popular TV series, The Johnsons and others.

Amb. Kenule Nwiya jnr expressed condolences to members of Mrs. Ameh's family, her colleagues in the creative industry and The Johnsons crew, praying God to grant them the fortitude to bear the loss.

While praying that the industry should not experience such loss again, he advised members to pay adequate attention to their health, go for medical check up regularly, stating that remaining a star is demanding as a result of higher expectations from fans.

"Time to time, they should go for medical check up and of course we know how demanding their fans would be, when you are at top of the game, people will keep demanding more of you, your services, your music, your appearances.

"But of course, there will be need to take care of yourself. We advise that we don't joke with our health. Every member of the creative industry should have time to rest, go for medical check up at all times" he said.

The coalition's president therefore revealed that efforts are ongoing to introduce activities that will help in engaging entertainers in physical exercise to strengthen their health.

While praying for the peaceful repose of Mrs. Ameh's soul, he assured that the coalition will be part of the burial arrangements.

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