Ada Ameh’s Death Strong Enough to End ‘The Johnsons’ – Nigerian Actor, Charles Inojie

The death of Ada Ameh, according to Nollywood actor Charles Inojie, was strong enough to bring the beloved family sitcom series ‘The Johnsons’ to an end.

Ameh, best known for her role as ‘Emu’ in the TV series, died on July 17, 2022.

Prior to her death, the actress claimed that she was suffering from a mental illness.

In a recent interview with Chude Jideonwo, the actor discussed his on-set friendship with the deceased.

Ameh’s onscreen spouse, Inojie, has said he has suffered a “irreplaceable loss” since her death.

He stated that the death of the late actress was “strong enough to kill the show.”

He stated that the cast, crew, and production company chose to continue the TV show in Ameh’s memory.

“Ada was a lover of people. This has been her greatest fear, that things should not end this way because you could see it coming,” he said.

“Many times, I will hold her and say: Ada let people help you. It got to a point I just told myself that indeed Ada wants to go and rest. She was carrying so much.

“Plenty of us failed Ada too. Since she left the show, I have suffered a kind of loss that is irreplaceable.

“Her demise was strong enough to kill the show, from the cast, crew and production company.

“But we sat down and agreed that the best way to honour her memory was to continue the show, because we knew how much she loved The Johnsons.”

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