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WOW!! Nollywood actresses celebrate late Moji Olaiya’s daughter Adun as she clocks 21

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Moji Olaiya’s first daughter, Adun Farombi celebrated her 21st birthday on Tuesday, 25th of February with a some lovely photos of herself that she shared on Instagram to celebrate.

She wrote in the caption for the photos;

“Twenty fine 🥳 Happy birthday to me ❤️❤️More money, more joy, more smile is what I wish for myself on my birthday. God bless me always.
A Queen was born today” she captioned the photos!

She received birthday wishes on Instagram from many colleagues of her late mum which includes the likes of actors Faithia Balogun, Taiwo Bankole, and Eniola Ajao, wished her a happy birthday and celebrated her

Her mother, Moji Olaiya died in 2017 at age 42. Moji has been based in Canada for sometime where she put to bed in March 2017. She starred in movies such as “No Pains No Gain,” “Nkan Adun” and “Agunbaniro”. She was one of the daughters of legendary musician Victor Olaiya.

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    WOW!! Nollywood actresses celebrate late Moji Olaiya’s daughter Adun as she clocks 21

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    Moji Olaiya’s first daughter, Adun Farombi celebrated her 21st birthday on Tuesday, 25th of February with a some lovely photos of herself that she shared on Instagram to celebrate.

    She wrote in the caption for the photos;

    “Twenty fine 🥳 Happy birthday to me ❤️❤️More money, more joy, more smile is what I wish for myself on my birthday. God bless me always.
    A Queen was born today” she captioned the photos!

    She received birthday wishes on Instagram from many colleagues of her late mum which includes the likes of actors Faithia Balogun, Taiwo Bankole, and Eniola Ajao, wished her a happy birthday and celebrated her

    Her mother, Moji Olaiya died in 2017 at age 42. Moji has been based in Canada for sometime where she put to bed in March 2017. She starred in movies such as “No Pains No Gain,” “Nkan Adun” and “Agunbaniro”. She was one of the daughters of legendary musician Victor Olaiya.

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