Moji Olaiya (27 February 1975 – 18 May 2017) was a Nigerian actress.
1.Moji Olaiya Background
Born February 27, 1975
Died May 18, 2017 (developed 42)
2.Moji Olaiya Career
No Pains No Gains, in which she played Ireti, Sade Blade (2005), Nkan adun (2008) and Omo iya meta leyi (2009). She moreover highlighted in the Agunbaniro. In 2003 she was chosen for the Reel Award Best Supporting Actress of the Year, and she won the Best New Actress Award.
Note: In 2016, Olaiya released a film, Iya Okomi, including Foluke Daramola and Funsho Adeolu, which was intended to make a big appearance in Lagos on July.
3.Moji Olaiya Personal life
Olaiya married Bayo Okesola in 2007, by then separated. She changed over to Islam in 2014.
Olaiya passed on May 17, 2017, from heart disappointment in Canada, where she had her second child exactly two
months prior. She was finally given up on June 7, 2017 as showed by Islamic rights.
4.Moji Olaiya Selected filmography
Aje nile Olokun
Omo Iya Meta leyi (2009)
Nkan adun (2008)
Sade Blade (2005)
5.Moji Olaiya References
^ Esho Wemimo. “Moji Olaiya: Photos from her 40th birthday festivity bash”. The Pulse. Recouped 26 March 2015.
^ “I was the supplier while my marriage continued going — Actress, Moji Olaiya”. Nigerian Tribune. Recouped 26 March 2015.
^ NONYE BEN-NWANKWO. “Fathia Balogun had nothing to do with my broken marriage – Moji Olaiya”. The Punch.
^ “Moji Olaiya”. Naij.com. Recouped 15 September 2016.
^ “Moji Olaiya’s movie “Iya Okomi” to make a big appearance in July”. Nigerian Pilot. 31 July 2016. Recuperated 15 September 2016.
^ “Moji Olaiya’s movie to make a big appearance in July”. Pulse. Recuperated 15 September 2016.
^ “Brutality compelled me out of Marriage”. Current Ghana. 31 January 2014. Recouped 26 March 2015.
^ Mary Jane Eze. “I WISH I HAVE A MAN BESIDES ME @40-MOJI OLAIYA LAMENTS”. Nigeria Films.
^ “Moji Olaiya left her significant other in light of harsh conduct at home”. Nollywood magazine. Recouped 26 March 2015.
^ “Astounding at 40! Fathia Balogun, Yomi Fash, Ronke Oshodi, Eniola Badmus, others party with Nollywood on-screen character, Moji Olaiya (PHOTOS)”. YNaija. Recuperated 26 March 2015.
^ “Nollywood Yoruba Movie Actress Moji Olaiya Cries ‘I don’t have any Alhaji sweetheart'”. Step by step Mail. 3 November 2014. Recouped 16 March 2015.
^ “Veteran Yoruba film on-screen character, Moji Olaiya, is dead”, by Jayne Augoye, Premium Times
^ “Photos: Moji Olaiya Finally Laid To Rest At Ebony Vault Burial Ground In Ikoyi, Lagos”. Okay.NG. Recuperated 2017-06-07.