UK-Based Nigerian Doctor, Obinna Aligwekwe, Speaks on the Death of Ada Ameh, says its not a Coincidence that she lost six Siblings, her Daughter, and herself

Ada Ameh

Doctor Obinna Aligwekwe, an UK-based Nigerian doctor, has spoken concerning the sudden death of popular Nigerian actress, Ada Ameh, who died on Sunday after she suddenly collapsed, was rushed to the hospital but was confirmed dead after couple of hours.

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Not minding the minding the traditional / spiritual aspect of it, and speaking solely from a medical standpoint, doctor Obinna Aligwekwe stressed that cardiac problems are one of the major reasons someone would slump unannounced and die instantly or later.

 

Relating that the Nigerian actress, Ada Ameh, the good doc maintained that there might a history of cardiac problems in the family/lineage of Ada Ameh, especially if questions and deep dives are taken, into the question of how her siblings died, her daughter and now herself.

 

 

This notion by Dr Aligwekwe, was shared by Fr Kelvin Ugwu, a Nigerian priest in the order of MSP, based in Malawi. Fr Kelvin had earlier pointed out that the story behind the death of Ada Ameh, has nothing to do with generational courses, as several sympathizers had said online. He shared a response fromDr Aligwekwe, saying it was similar to what he said earlier. It reads;

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It is hardly a coincidence for one to lose six siblings, lose a daughter, and then finally succumb to death. I guess the question is how did the other family members die? My best bet is a strong family history of cardiac problems leading to sudden death. There are quite a few.

 

 

  1. Brugada syndrome (mostly Asians)
  2. Congenital Long QT syndrome.
  3. Dilated Cardiomyopathy.
  4. Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (especially athletes)
  5. Wolff-Parkinson White. .. To name a few.

 

Sometimes, they may have conditions that predispose to large clots forming in their lungs, where they just collapse and die if there is no medical intervention.

 

 

 

The record I have seen in personal practice here in the U.K. is a survivor (so far) of Brugada syndrome whose grand-father, father and adult son all died in their sleep. He has had an ICD implanted to reduce his own chances of sudden death.

 

 

 

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