- Human rights activist, Harrison Gwamnishu has spoken up concerning the cause of Ada Jesus' death
- Harrison said that the comedienne did not die from curses or spiritual attacks as most people have been speculating
- The young man also revealed that Ada passed on k knowing that she had those who loved her by her side
Late comedienne, Ada Jesus, was cursed by prophet Odumeje because she accused him of performing fake miracles, actress, Rita Edochie also rained curses on the young lady for insulting her.
The pair also vowed not to forgive the young lady, but after so much pressure, Edochie dropped a video saying that she had forgiven the comedienne.
Ada Jesus passed away on Wednesday, April 21 after a battle with kidney disease and quite a number of people believe that it was the handwork of Odumeje and Rita Edochie.
In a video he shared via his Facebook page, Gwamnishu who could not hold back his tears first expressed appreciation to everyone and the hospital who stood by Ada Jesus to the end as well as the philanthropist who dropped money for her treatment.
He continued by saying that everyone has flaws and people should not use mistakes to judge others like they did to Ada Jesus even after she pleaded on social media.
Harrison confirmed that the comedienne did not die of a spiritual attack despite the curses that were rained on her, but rather from her medical condition.
He revealed that she had been battling her kidney disease for a long time before he and his team intervened and took her for proper care.
Gwamnishu lastly said that Ada died knowing that she was surrounded by love, something she did not get in the church.
Watch the video below:
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Ada Jesus clocked a new age, and human rights activist Gwamnishu who offered to help her get proper medical care celebrated the day for her on her hospital bed.
There were other people in the room as well and they ensured to make the day memorable for the young lady.
A well-decorated cake, bottles of wine, food, and juice were provided in the comedienne's room.