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Saturday, 20 May 2017

Fathia Balogun leads 12-man burial committee for late Moji Olaiya

Plans are already in motion to ensure that Nollywood actress, Moji Olaiya who died of cardiac arrest two months after child birth is given a befitting burial.
It's not been announced if she'll be buried in Canada where she died or her remains will be brought back home, but a 12-member burial committee has just been announced led by veteran actress, Fathia Balogun. See the full list of the other members after the cut...

1. Faithia Williams Balogun( Chairperson)

2. Foluke Daramola(Secretary)

3. Yomi Fabiyi (Publicity Sec)

4. Taiwo Adebayo (She Boy)

5. Bimbo Thomas

6. Bisi Ibidapo Obe

7. Femi Olaiya(Brother to Deceased)

8. Yinka Farinde(Canada)

9. Shade Oliwo

10. Kemi Afolabi

11. Ronke Ojo (Oshodi Oke)
12. Muka Ray

20 comments:

Eddy Ogbunambala said...

RIP

OSINANL said...

Good

Nnenne George said...

Live right so that u can make heaven.. death is no respecta of person.. no amount of rip wishes will make someone go to heaven if u don't give your life to christ. Make hay while the sunshine coz no one knows tomorrow. Rip Moji!

TheRealAkon said...

Nigeria and BURIAL COMMITTEE biko??? Very Embarrassing.

RIP beautiful Lady.

Anonymous said...

Let it be up keep committee for the baby biko,at least till the baby will become a graduate not only finantial but mentorship

Anonymous said...

May her soul rest in perfect peace. Sun re ooo. We miss you too much.

Sola Jegede said...

@theRealAkon, u need to stick your head out of your shell called Nigeria. In western part of the world,your funneral arrangements are made by you in your life time. So,what's different in Nigeria and BURIAL COMMITTEE ?It's a good arrangement to give the deceaced a befitting burial.

Anonymous said...

You clearly haven't lost a loved one otherwise u would appreciate the need for such committees.

Agbomen said...

RIP, big sis.😘😘

Aminu Aliyu said...

I thought, it was mentioned that she is a muslim. Why then the committee, when Allah has already provided on how it is the suppose to be done! Waste of time and resources.

Vivian Reginalds said...

RIP
-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds

Anonymous said...

Isn't faithia 48 years old? Why are you heading committee of someone that probably calls you aunty? That's a taboo in Yoruba land...

Ifesanmi Tim said...

It is only in Nigeria, muslims and chritians read holy books yet refuse to be guided truthfully about the dead. What is the rationale behind burial committees over deads who don't even give a damn about what happens on earth after their demise?
Pretence in the veil of vanity!!

Eventplanner NG said...

So sad... True friends

ken christy said...

Chai

Unknown said...

She is a friend not family member. Tradtion cam be bent

Evelyn Oshinowo said...

What is embarrassing. Don't people die in ur village and don't they bury them

Evelyn Oshinowo said...

As Muslim don't they organise burial. If she is a Muslim and the circumstances surrounding her death cannot enzbLe them to bury her as a Muslim is there any problem doing otherwise. My friend the most important thing is for her to be accorded a befitting burial.

Evelyn Oshinowo said...

You guys just don't seem to understand things. Will the dead bury itself. Is it not friends and family that will do the burial. Even jess Christmas was buried by his friends or disciples. In modern days there could be logistic problem so they need a committee to ensure events are ok besides this particular person died abroad. So it involves logistics bringing her corpse home

Evelyn Oshinowo said...

You guys just don't seem to understand things. Will the dead bury itself. Is it not friends and family that will do the burial. Even jess Christmas was buried by his friends or disciples. In modern days there could be logistic problem so they need a committee to ensure events are ok besides this particular person died abroad. So it involves logistics bringing her corpse home

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