How Moji Olaiya Died After 2 Failed Marriages Because Her Third Alhaji Husband Couldn’t Fund Her Medical Expenses In Canada
See Photos Of Moji Olaiya’s First Husband, Bayo Okesola
The end finally came for popular
Nollywood actress Moji Olaiya’s journey on earth today as she was laid
to her final resting place in Ikoyi Lagos.
However, things didn’t go well with some
of her former friends who broke drown in tears this afternoon as her
body was being lowered into the grave.
One of such, a busty actress (not Foluke
Daramola) was heard saying wasn’t she a Christian but I thought she was
married to Mr Okegbenro, referring to the Lagos-based Christian
Philanthropist she married in 2011 years after her marriage to her
first husband Bayo Okesola crashed on the ground of domestic violence.
Islamic clerics dressed in black today
took her body to her graveyard at the Ikoyi cemetery before a Chief Imam
conducted her burial.
All You Need To Know About Moji Olaiya 2 Failed Marriages
Though she remarried, she didn’t change the name on her international passport.
She used the name Moji Okesola (last name of her first husband) till the point of her death.
After quitting her first marriage, she remarried and later quit the marriage because her daughter, Adunola didn’t like the man.
She later gave marriage a try again late
last year with an Abuja-based married Alhaji who converted her to Islam
in 2014. However, her last marriage allegedly contributed to her death.
She was said to have developed serious
complication during the pregnancy which necessitated an urgent travel to
Canada. However because her Alhaji husband had other things to cater
to, he didn’t fund all her travel expenses.
Insiders revealed that she had to borrow
from close friends to be able to complete all her travel paper work and
secure a travel ticket. However, she couldn’t afford medical insurance
which many said could have saved her life because as a visitor in
Canada, she will be burdened with medical charges.
To cut the long story short, the now
late actress resorted to home remedy for her condition and at a point
when she sensed danger, she changed the return date on her travel ticket
from August 29 to June 20.
Sadly she gave up the ghost about a month to her scheduled return date to Nigeria.
For the records, she was born into the family of music legend Victor Olaiya on the 25th of February 1975.
May God comfort her daughters and the aged parents she left behind and may soul rest in peace.