Death is inevitable but no one prays to die prematurely or at the peak of a career.
This articles will be focusing on 4 Nollywood actresses who due to some complications from childbirth. Maternal mortality is one of the ugliest thing that anyone can ever imagine especially when a baby is left which will always remaind people about the mother. This can also affect the child upbringing as no one can perfectly take care of a child like the mother.
Some of this actress died during childbirth while others passed not long after giving birth. Our prayer is that they should always rest in peace and God protect those of them that left child(Ren).
Bisi Komolafe is a Nollywood actress who featured in quite many of Nollywood movies before her death. Bisi Komolafe died in the year 2012 due to some complications during her pregnancy.
Olabisi Monsurat is also a Nollywood actress and a television personality. Olabisi Monsurat was a Lagos based Nollywood actress before her untimely death. She is commonly called Bisket by friends, fans and close associates. She died on 30th March 2019, ten days after giving birth to her child. She died at the age 47 years old after having the 6th child.
3. Chiamaka Glory
Chiamaka Glory is also television personality and actress. She has featured in several Nollywood movies before her death. Chiamaka Glory married Portuguese before her death. Chiamaka Glory got married in 2016 and died in March 2017 during the delivery of her first child as a result of postnatal complications.
4. Moji Olaiya
Moji Olaiya is a popular Nollywood actress who has starred many Nollywood movies before her demise. According to reports came Moji Olaiya died in Canada in May 2017, that was barely two months after giving birth to her baby. Her death also comes as a result of postnatal complications..
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