“I’m super blessed” Late Moji Olaiya’s daughter marks 24th birthday in style

Adun Farombi, the first daughter of late Nollywood actress Moji Olaiya, has declared herself blessed as she marks a new age.

Adun Farombi, on Instagram, shared a cheering video of herself with a cheering caption.

The beautiful lady, who closely resembles her late mother, clocked 24 today, the 25th of March, 2023.

Cheers to another year 24 trips around the sun. I’m super blessed,” she wrote on Instagram.

Many of her fans have taken to the comment section to wish and celebrate her new age.

Foluke Daramola apologizes to Late Moji Olaiya children.

Veteran actress Foluke Daramola-Salako has accepted that she hasn’t been up and doing towards her late friend and colleague, Moji Olaiya’s kids- Adun and Motopeda – as expected, but has promised to make amends

Infotalk recalls that Mariam Ashabi Moropeda, the second daughter of late Yoruba actress, Moji Olaiya clocked five years old recently and her elder sister, Adunfa released her photos on Instagram with the caption “Happy 5th birthday to my princess… I love you so much my baby and I’m so proud of you. I pray That God will continue to make you a source of joy for me. Big 5 is finally here we won’t hear word today… I hope you have fun today Doctor Ashley. Love you”

Many of the female Nollywood celebrities who were close friends of Moji Olaiya before she died, interestingly ignored the post.

Well, Motopeda is five and Adu is doing a fantastic job with grandma to care of the beautiful little gal.

Feeling guilty, Foluke Daramola responded to Adun’s post with a public apology to the late Moji Olaiya, she further vowed to start paying attention to the girls.

Wow wow wow, Moji Olaiya’s daughter is already 5, Moropeda is a big girl now o….well done @adunfarombi ku itoju Aburo e, am guilty I haven’t been keeping up as expected. Oluwa a wo Eyin mejeji. Love u 2 to bits. Nkan ti moji o shey laye e ma shey ju bee lo loruko Jesu Amin ” Foluke wrote.

The late Nollywood actress, Moji Olaiya gave birth to Mariam in Canada before she passed away a few months after on May 17, 2017.

In 2016, Olaiya released a film, Iya Okomi, starring Foluke Daramola and Funsho Adeolu, which was scheduled to premiere in Lagos on July.

Olaiya married Bayo Okesola in 2007, then separated. She converted to Islam in 2014.

Olaiya died on May 17, 2017, from cardiac arrest in Canada, where she had her second child exactly two months prior. She was finally laid to rest on June 7, 2017 according to Islamic rites.