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Moji Olaiya’s burial committee finally selected in preparation for burial

Moji Olaiya

In preparation for the final burial rites of late Mojisola Olaiya, a burial committee has been raised to oversee and supervise the necessary arrangements.

According to close friends, money is presently been raised to make sure the corpse of the 42 years old Moji makes it back to her motherland as her first daughter has requested.

Below is the list of thespians who have be chosen as part of the burial committee for late Moji Olaiya.

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1. Faithia Williams Balogun( Chairperson)

2. Foluke Daramola(Secretary)

3. Yomi Fabiyi (Publicity Sec)

4. Taiwo Adebayo (She Boy)

5. Bimbo Thomas

6. Bisi Ibidapo Obe

7. Femi Olaiya(Brother to Deceased)

8. Yinka Farinde(Canada)

9. Shade Oliwo

10. Kemi Afolabi

According to the committee, all “efforts to give the talented, hardworking thespian a beffitting burial is very much in consideration”
Further details will be disclosed shortly.

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The entire committee, friends and family of the deceased also showed their appreciation for the overwhelming outpour of emotions and love from friends, colleagues, fans and the media community since the demise of their colleague.


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