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Moji Olaiya: Real Reasons Actress’ Body Remains In Canada Revealed

Moji Olaiya: Real Reasons Actress’ Body Remains In Canada Revealed

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Late actress, Moji Olaiya’s body is still in Canada as burial plans gets delayed due to circumstances beyond the control of those in charge of flying her down to Nigeria. This is the submission of a member of her burial organising committee, Yomi Fabiyi, who explained that an autopsy conducted by the Canadian government alone took up to four days as a death certificate was only issued yesterday.

He revealed on his gram today, May 25, 2017, that the necessary documents required to fly the late actress home were being processed and that burial plans would be communicated sooner than later.

He wrote, “To those reminding us about religious sentiments, we wish to state that after her demise, it took up to 3-4days before the AUTOPSY was finally concluded and body released by the government of Canada to the brother of the deceased and a friend of the industry Mr Yinka Farinde for burial. Body now with relevant funeral home.

The death certificate was issued yesterday and processing the entire necessary documentations for her smooth journey to Nigeria with the daughter had began in earnest. Two people from Canada had volunteered to escort the body and child to Nigeria and we are eternally grateful.

We do not wish to speculate. In few days we shall pass information regarding the exact arrival date and other burial plans. And we appeal against distracting comments, as the committee is trying as much as possible to avoid joining issues with any one publicly and we will not like when left with no other option than to respond. We ask for respect for all parties.
The committee will like to thank all members of the public especially her fans for your kind understanding and emotion extended to her family and friends at this trying period.”

The freight of the deceased’s remains to Nigeria is being sponsored by the leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Bola Tinubu.

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