Two Years After, Moji Olaiya’s Daughter, Adun Talks About Her Mother’s Passing

Two years ago, Moji Olaiya passed away at the age of 42 in Canada barely two months after she delivered a baby girl and in a very emotional post, the late actress’s first daughter, Adunoluwa Farombi has taken to her Instagram page to remember the 2nd anniversary of her death.

In a series of picture post on Instagram, Adun disclosed that words cannot still explain how her mother’s death has created a very big vacuum in her heart, how she still cries at night and how her love for her mum continues to grow every day even after her death.

In her words, she wrote;

2 years ago today marks the day since you’ve been gone and I don’t know how I’ve been able to continue without you.

You were my backbone. Your passing is still a very sensitive topic for me, anybody that knows me knows that I don’t talk about it.

Words can’t explain how much I miss you. There are nights that when I think of you I cry but I don’t want to do that anymore. I know you’re in a better place watching over me my guardian angel ❤️❤️❤️.

My love for you is unwavering and it grows everyday. You really don’t know what you have until you lose.

If most people were like my mum the world would be a better place for real. Always cherish your loved ones, no one knows tomorrow.

PLEASE NO R.I.P IN THE COMMENTS just say a prayer for her ❤️.

 

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2 years ago today marks the day since you’ve been gone and I don’t know how I’ve been able to continue without you. You were my backbone. Your passing is still a very sensitive topic for me, anybody that knows me knows that I don’t talk about it. Words can’t explain how much I miss you. There are nights that when I think of you I cry but I don’t want to do that anymore. I know you’re in a better place watching over me my guardian angel ❤️❤️❤️. My love for you is unwavering and it grows everyday. You really don’t know what you have until you lose. If most people were like my mum the world would be a better place for real. Always cherish your loved ones, no one knows tomorrow. PLEASE NO R.I.P IN THE COMMENTS just say a prayer for her ❤️.

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From all of us at NOLLYWOODALIVE, we wish the family of the late actress the grace to continue to bear the loss.

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