Joseph Ada, a former Big Brother Nigeria housemate, dies in the United States

Joseph Ada, a Nigerian celebrity and alumnus of Big Brother Naija, has reportedly passed away. 

Joseph, who participated in the first season of BBNaija in 2006, reportedly passed away in Delaware, United States, on Wednesday.

According to trustworthy sources, Ada suffered from pancreatitis. After the show, the reality personality relocated to the United States to pursue a career as a flight attendant. Pancreatitis is an inflammation of the pancreas, an organ located behind the lower portion of the stomach.

Pancreatitis can begin abruptly and last for days, or it can develop gradually over several years. It has numerous causes, including gallstones and extensive, chronic alcohol consumption.Upper abdominal pain, nausea, and vomiting are symptoms. Typically, treatment necessitates hospitalisation. After stabilising a patient, physicians treat the underlying cause.

In related news from Nigeria, singer Lojay has thanked his senior colleague Davido for facilitating his meeting with American megastar Chris Brown.

Surprisingly, Lojay and Chris Brown never convened in person to record the remix of Monalisa.Lojay stated on an episode of KimOprah's Trending on HipTV that after delivering the audio file to Chris Brown, he completed his verse and sent it back to him.

Consequently, he was grateful to Davido for inviting him to his hotel the day before Brown's Wireless Concert performance in order to meet the international celebrity.

He stated that he had intended to meet the American artist prior to that day, but found it difficult to do so. He added that their professional relationship improved as a consequence of meeting the Grammy winner in person for the first time.

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