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Tuesday, 23 May 2017

Moji Olaiya's burial committee confirms Bola Tinubu's support to bring her remains back home

The burial committee set up to make the final burial plans for late Nollywood actress, Moji Olaiya Monday evening, met with APC national leader, Bola Tinubu and confirms the politicians full support to assist in bringing the remains of the late actress back to Nigeria from Canada where she died.
A statement signed by Yomi Fabiyi the burial publicity secretary reads, 'the Committee after due deliberation consulted our father and a National Grand Patron of our association (TAMPAN) Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu on the 21st May, 2017 to inform him of the demise of our colleague Moji Olaiya and that our humble unanimous decision is to have her body back, then given beffitting burial and have her 2 months old daughter re-united with the family'.
'Today, Monday 22nd May, 2017 The Committee members, Adunola(Eldest daughter of Late Moji Olaiya)and 2 elder brothers of Late Moji Olaiya met with Asiwaju Bola Tinubu and he expressed his sympathy directly and gave adequate support that will cover the entire air-freight'. 
'On behalf of the family, colleagues and friends we say a big thank you to the National Leader for his fatherly and timely intervention. Further support or assistance from other sources if received will be adequately acknowledged. For now, we are geateful to Asiwaju and his family'. 
'The family and committee will however take it from there. Moreso, every other information relating the arrival and burial plans will be released shortly'.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Please what the heck is going on here? I hope they are not trying to turn this into a money making venture. I thought they said she has a husband and he is currently living in Abuja? So is he not going to contribute anything to his wife's burial? Why all this solicitation for money when Asiwaju has taken care of the air costs. Is it that her family people are all indigent or what? I don't understand this one o. RIP to the deceased though. She was a lovely lady.

Anonymous said...

Please where is the so called husband in all of this? Shouldn't he be at the forefront of the arrangements? It appears truly she was with another woman's husband and now the man is ashamed. At least mr man think of your new baby

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Anonymous said...

Well done, Asiwaju. Fayose, all mouth no action.

Anonymous said...

That's what we always says what is her business in Canada they will leave their home country where you gain celeb and siting down in abroad ...now can Canadian gov send her body back home ..

Anonymous said...

Des pple ar goats. Wat hs d family i mean d sibling done wat abt d baby dady. I hate dem wit passion. Beggars

Anonymous said...

Even if he is s'one huby he can do it codedly. Nobody hs bn mention. I dont no maybe d family is d most poorest, as such shameless to d extnd of nt havin a rethink.

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pelebe olasunkanmi nelson said...

I just hope this will not be politicized, Because you are now raising issue of Governor Fayose and Asiwaju Tinubu here. Meanwhile, you should know the husband by now must have been difastated by the shock of the wife's death. And seeking for fund to give her a befitting burial isn't a bad idea, you can say what condition the family are in. Just don't politicize her death, cos it's a painful thing that she is gone. RIP MOJI OLAIYA

pelebe olasunkanmi nelson said...

I just hope this will not be politicized, Because you are now raising issue of Governor Fayose and Asiwaju Tinubu here. Meanwhile, you should know the husband by now must have been difastated by the shock of the wife's death. And seeking for fund to give her a befitting burial isn't a bad idea, you can say what condition the family are in. Just don't politicize her death, cos it's a painful thing that she is gone. RIP MOJI OLAIYA

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