Ekiti State Government Disrupts Moji Olaiya’s Canada Burial Arrangement

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Following the announcement of Nollywood actress, Moji Olaiya’s death, there have been several controversies regardin her burial as the family wanted her buried according to Muslim rites but her daughter, Adun declined demanding her mother’s body be returned to Nigeria.

Recall that the 42-year-old actress had died at a medical facility in Canada and the burial had been scheduled to hold on Friday, May 19, 2017 at 4pm in Canada but the Ekiti State Government has stepped in and aborted the plans.

The burial of the Nollywood actress which was earlier slated for yesterday has since been cancelled as the state government in a last minute intervention demanded the body to be ferried to Nigeria.

The actress was reported to have died of cardiac arrest on Thursday, May 18, in Canada, following complications developed from childbirth.

The remains of the mother of two will be ferried to Nigeria as inside sources have revealed that the Ekiti state government has volunteered to bankroll the shipment of the corpse to Nigeria.

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