Moji Olaiya, had in an Instagram post just days before her passing, wrote: “Allhamdulilahi to you Allah I give all the glory for all you have done. I will forever praise and worship you”.
“It’s not by power but the Grace of Allah. Thank you for the gift of
life. Thanks also to all my friends and family my fans for your supports
and prayers. Love you all.”
But in a chat with DAILY POST, Mercy Aigbe said the news was “shocking and unbelievable.”
“I found it to comprehend what I was seeing and hearing. Then I made
some phone calls. I broke down in tears. I pray that God will be with
her children, loved ones and entire family.
“It was a sad day for me and the entire industry. Honestly I could
not sleep that Thursday night, I was scared. Still haven’t come to terms
with what happened.”
Asked if the movie industry was under a spiritual attack, she
replied: “No no, I don’t believe that. I just think we need to be more
prayerful, take care of our health and be closer to God”
“Death is inevitable but the prayer is that we should all live long
in good health. We will all die some day but I pray we all grow old and
leave great legacies behind”.
Mercy Aigbe, however, declined comment on her marriage saga and the ongoing case in court.
“No comment, please; no comment,” she responded sealing her lips with her hand.