Moji Olaiya More details surrounding actress' death

The late Nollywood actress had concerns about having her baby in Nigeria, which is why she went to Canada in the first place.

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You may already know that Moji Olaiya, 42, died on Wednesday, May 17, 2017, in Canada.

What you may not know is that the late Nollywood actress had concerns about having her baby in Nigeria, which is why she had been in Canada in the first place.

Photos from the late Moji Olaiya's residence play

Photos from the late Moji Olaiya's residence

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The family of the late actress has revealed that they are still reeling from the shock of her death and cannot get over it.

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Her eight days funeral rites will commence next week Thursday.

Following a visit from Pulse correspondent, neighbours of the actress described her as a lovely person and very welcoming.

Both old and young were present at her residence.

Adunola, Moji Olaiya's daughter play

Adunola, Moji Olaiya's daughter

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Her first daughter, Adunola who attends Babcock, is currently inconsolable while Moji's mother is locked away in her room crying.

Comedienne Princess was at her house along with Yomi Fabiyi, Kehinde Bankole, amongst others.

As earlier reported, the actress had died of cardiac arrest. According to a report by NET, Moji's health became worse after the birth of her second child.

Photos from the late Moji Olaiya's residence play

Photos from the late Moji Olaiya's residence

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Mrs. Keji, the late actress' housekeeper said Moji Olaiya complained of 'being uncomfortable' after giving birth.

The actress' older brother, Otunba Olaiya, however, said that his sister did not complain about her health before her unexpected death.

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Moji is survived by two daughters, Adunola who is currently mourning the loss of her mom and her two-month-old baby who is in the care of her friend in Canada.

May her soul continue to rest in peace.

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