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Fayose's Alleged Plan To Sponsor Moji Olaiya's burial and Human remain transport back to Nigeria.---------------------------------------------------------------------------

Ahmed Olam'lekan Tijani wrote:

I learnt you said he didn't pay Ekiti workers salary yet he is sponsoring artiste burial. Wait a minute! Will some of you make heaven like this?

When Moji's death was announced a few days ago, you were at the forefront of wailers bleeding fake emotions of "iku doro ooo" and here you are few hours after condemning Fayose for his move. You guys play too much fah! Your hypocrisy stinks more than a urine soaked diaper.

Let me help your hypocrisy further. The cost of shipment of human remain from Canada to Nigeria can't be more than $3,800 MAX while processing fee at the Nigerian High Commission is just $20 per document payable in form of money order. They don't need more than 10 document( death certificate, statement of death, certificate of shipment, etc) in essence $200 for processing at the high commission. A total of $4,000 at 375 per dollar that gives you #1.5M or thereabout in Nigerian currency. So to you, that is what Fayose can't afford from his pocket? That is what he would use in paying Ekiti workers salary?
If you say Fayose plays politics with everything biko this very one is an empathetic politics biko!

Meanwhile, PM News reported that Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State aborted the burial in Canada of popular Nollywood actress, Moji Olaiya, at the last minute on Friday.

Instead his government has agreed to foot the cost of bringing her body to Nigeria for burial, according to various reports.

The popular actress, 42, suddenly died on Wednesday following cardiac arrest, two months after she gave birth to her second daughter.

Her eldest daughter, Adunola, 18, had insisted that her mother’s corpse should be brought back to Nigeria.

‘She must be brought back. ‘I don’t care what anybody says, I just want my mother’s body’, a grieving Adun had said on Thursday.

Faithia Williams Balogun was named yesterday as chairperson of a 10-man burial committee, that also included a host of Nollywood acts, NAN reports.

Moji was the daughter of veteran highlife musician, Victor Olaiya.

Her death was a complete shock to Nollywood, stirring emotions and tributes from her colleagues.

Moji’s housekeeper, identified as Mrs Keji, suggested in an interview that the actress’ sudden death could be a spiritual attack.

Three days to her death, Moji reportedly complained of “being uncomfortable”.

“Her baby was born premature— her EDD was for May 2017 but complications arose that necessitated that she be induced to save the baby’s life as well as hers. But since the delivery in March, her health had not been exactly perfect,”Premium Times reported Keji as saying.

She said that around 10pm Canadian time (3am Nigerian time) Moji went into a crisis. “Her blood pressure shot up and she became unconscious. An ambulance was called to transport her to the hospital. But her case worsened and she gave up the ghost before they could make it to the hospital,” She revealed.

Moji, 42, died almost exactly two years after her younger brother, Abidemi Olaiya, passed on. He died on May 4, 2015, reported by PM News.