“Moji… I know you didn’t want to go this soon…” Sunday Esans Writes Tribute To Late Moji Olaiya


The Nigerian movie industry is still in shock of the death of one of their best and humble, Moji Olaiya who’s even death most are still trying to understand.

The Chief Executive Officer of Okiki Films and close friend of the deceased, Sunday Esan who is still broken by the death of the actress has written an emotional tribute to the actress, letting the world know that Moji Olaiya had dreams like everyone  and had plans to accomplish those dreams, but unfortunately would no longer be able to.

Read his letter below;

“Moji, what will i write about u that will stop my pain and tears? how do i describe you to the world, abike? you are friend my good friend. u made me start okiki films. u introduce me to wale lawal that registered me as a film marketer, you are the only true friend i have that i can call my own in the industry. __ we started as friends, you eventually became my sister. u are the true brand ambassador of okikifilms. u sat directly opposite me before your trip. we discussed about almost everything under the sun, we laughed together, i shed tears when i got to know of some things and u assured me that “esan ma worry everything ma wa okay” i was always at fault anytime we had issues and u still say, “ok mabinu esan” ah, moji, u were a rare gem. i know u didn’t. want to go soon. you had your plans and dreams, most of which i know of. __ you wouldn’t for any amount in the world intentionally make both your dear mum and adun, shed tears. we luv u so much moji. my head bangs, our friends from all over the world have been calling since yesterday to confirm the veracity of the story. the trust is that u have gone, gone till we meet again in heaven. __ o daaro ore bi omo iya.”