- On Thursday, May 18, Nollywood actress Moji Olaiya was reported dead.
- She died in a hospital in Canada where she had gone to have her second child.
- Late Moji Olaiya delivered her second daughter on March 17, 18 years after she had her first daughter.
-In the early hours of Thursday, May 18, the death of popular Nollywood actress Moji Olaiya took over the social media and her colleagues and fans have started pouring in their tributes.
aimtoget.com gathered that the mother of two was reported to have suffered a heart attack which led to her death. She died at the age of 42.
She got divorced from her first husband Okesola in 2008 and got hooked to another man whom she had her new baby for.
SEE HER POSTS FEW DAYS BEFORE HER DEATH
On Tuesday, May 16, Moji posted a picture of herself with the caption: “Alliamdulilahi to you Allah I give all the glory for all you have done. I will forever praise and worship you. It's not by power but the Grace of Allah. Thank you for the gift of life. Thanks also to all my friends and family my fans for your supports and prayers. Love you all.”
Also, on Sunday, May 14, the late Nollywood actress wished her mother Happy Mother’s Day. Moji posted her mum’s picture with the caption: “A mother is she who can take the place of all others but whose place no one else can take. Happy mother's day to you mum.”
On March 31, Moji took to her Instagram handle to wish her Muslim brothers and sisters Jumma Mubarak with the caption: “May Allah accept our prayers as an act of Ibada.”
On February 27, late Moji Olaiya turned 42 years old and in celebrating her new age, she posted a beautiful picture of her with the caption: “Happy birthday to Me! I wish myself many more years of joy, love, laughter, health and prosperity. I wish myself strength and wisdom for days to come and success with everything I do today, and tomorrow.”
On February 8, the Nollywood actress advised her fans and friends not to live the life of others but learn to appreciate what life offers them. She said: “Life always offers you a second chance. it's called tomorrow. Enjoy your own life without comparing it with that of others.”