Late Moji Olaiya’s first daughter Adunoluwa is still grieving the death of her mum but calmer now than when she first heard the news of the death of her mother.
The Babcock University student is still trying to come to terms with the loss of a mother who had singly brought her up till she breathed her last.
Adun said she still spoke to her mother hours before her death. She said: “This is the worst kind of news anyone can hear. I spoke with her on the day she died and nothing prepared me for this bad news. I will miss her love and care, because she always provided anything I wanted.”
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Thee 20-year-old was the first person to kick against burying her mum in Canada when she reported asked that her mother’s body be brought back to Nigeria. Days after the news of her loss have sink in, she said her mother’s family will determine where she will be buried. She said:kick against burying her mum in Canada when she reported asked that her mother’s body be brought back to Nigeria. Days after the news of her loss have sink in, she said her mother’s family will determine where she will be buried. She said: “I don’t know at this point. It is the family that will take care of that.”
Meanwhile, a 12-man committee led by Fathia Balogun has been saddled with the responsibilities of putting together a befitting burial arrangement for the actress. The committee has also denied the Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti state sponsoring the corpse being brought back to Nigeria rumour. They said they are still lobbying the governor for assistance among other people.
Moji died in Canada on May 18 where she had gone to have her second child. She died exactly two months after the arrival of the baby that was born on March 17.
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