Tinubu pays for cost of flying Moji Olaiya’s body from Canada

OriloReporter.com, Tinubu pays for cost of flying Moji Olaiya's body from Canada

Ex-Lagos State governor, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, on Monday, gave the committee for the burial of deceased actress Moji Olaiya all the money needed to fly her remains back home, and her two months old baby from Canada where she died on May 18.

Read also: Actress Moji Olaiya dies two months after giving birth to a baby

Revealing Tinubu’s kind gesture was the committee’s publicity secretary and the deceased’s colleague in the movie industry, Yomi Fabiyi, in an Instagram post.

In the post captioned: ASIWAJU BOLA AHMED TINUBU PAID FOR THE COST OF BRINGING MOJI OLAIYA BODY AND CHILD TO NIGERIA, and accompanied by picture of Tinubu and daughter of the deceased actress, 18-year-old Adunola, Fabiyi wrote: The Committee after due deliberation consulted our father and a National Grand Patron of our association (TAMPAN) Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu on the 21st May, 2017 to inform him of the demise of our colleague Moji Olaiya and that our humble unanimous decision is to have her body back, then given beffitting burial and have her 2 months old daughter re-united with the family.

Today, Monday 22nd May, 2017 The Committee members, Adunola(Eldest daughter of Late Moji Olaiya)and 2 elder brothers of Late Moji Olaiya met with Asiwaju Bola Tinubu and he expressed his sympathy directly and gave adequate support that will cover the entire air-freight.

On behalf of the family, colleagues and friends we say a big thank you to the National Leader for his fatherly and timely intervention. Further support or assistance from other sources if received will be adequately acknowledged. For now, we are grateful to Asiwaju and his family.

The family and committee will however take it from there. Moreso, every other information relating the arrival and burial plans will be released shortly.

Thank you all.

Yomi Fabiyi
Publicity Secretary

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