Popular Nigerian Human Rights activist Harrison Gwamnishu has taken to his social media page to celebrate the female comedian Ada Jesus as she celebrates her birthday today, April 19th.
The human rights activist, Harrison has been in charge of the medical health and well-being of the actress after she was diagnosed with kidney failure. He has been using his social media page to share updates on the health condition of the comedian ever since Ada Jesus was admitted to a hospital in Onitsha.
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Although Ada Jesus is seriously sick on her sickbed, the human activist has shown her love and support and has shared her video from the hospital to celebrate her. Ada Jesus was admitted to the hospital a few days ago after it was alleged that she went to the Chi Marine Temple to ask for forgiveness after it was revealed that she spoke against a traditional deity.
The human rights activist has taken to his page to share a video of Ada Jesu wishing her a happy birthday on her sickbed. He prayed a prayer for her and also asked loved ones to pray for her to get better.
Dear Mercy Nmesoma Nnadi ADA JESUS. It can be challenging celebrating when you are in a sickbed. But, today being such a special day for you, we can’t skip it. May you feel better and stronger. If anyone deserves an exceptional birthday, it is you. Ada! WE ALL LOVE YOU. Stay strong. HAPPY BIRTHDAY BEAUTIFUL SOUL. NOBODY SHOULD TAKE THE PLACE OF GOD.
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