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3 Years in Memory; Here is the Picture Moji Olaiya Posted on the Day she Died

Death, that one stage everyone must pass. For everything that has a beginning surely must have an end, human life inclusive. We know that everyone must die, but no one ever wants to lose their loved one, be it young or old. The good trees as they say, do not last in the forest, they get harvested untimely. Moji Olaiya is one of those good trees that didn’t last in the forest of life, she died while at her prime. Moji Olaiya was a very diligent actress who acted in several movies during her time. She was a top notch entertainer. Moji was an A list actress in the Yoruba movie industry, she was very diligent at delivering her roles. Few years back, no one one would have thought that we would be without our beautiful actress today. Her death was a shock to both her fans and colleagues.

Born in 1975, Moji Olaiya, who was the child of the dead famous high-life singer, Victor Olaiya, who passed away in February of this year, died in Canada on 17 May 2017. She passed away about two months after giving birth to her second baby, and cardiac arrest was the reason of her demise. In 2007, Moji decided to get married but later divorced from her husband preceding her demise, she was a Muslim, as she changed from Christianity in 2014 at the time of death. 

She became popular after  performing in the iconic TV soap opera, Super Story, after which she began making waves in the movie business. 

Moji Olaiya posted the above picture on her page on the same day she passed away. This is to show you that there’s just very little time between life and death. Appreciate life while you have it, enjoy ever moment with friends and family. Tomorrow isn’t promised, live your best life today.

Continue to Rest In Peace Moji Olaiya, we your fans miss you today and always. Say a word of prayer for the children she left behind. You were beautiful.

Content created and supplied by: T.Oluwafemi (via Opera News )

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