Sequel to the death of Nollywood actress, Moji Olaiya, a new autopsy report has surfaced to know the main cause of her death.
Recall that a post claiming that the late thespian was poisoned went viral on the internet before the burial committee refuted the allegations.
Olaiya’s family members on Monday however released a statement which reads that the autopsy conducted on her remains showed that she died of a ‘natural medical cause’.
Moji’s brother, Femi Olaiya, on behalf of the family, dispelled rumours that the late actress was posioned in Canada where she was delivered of a baby girl in Feburary.
According to the autopsy report, it suggested that the late mother of two must have died of a traceable and demonstrable medical cause.
A medical consultant with the Ladoke Akintola University Teaching Hospital, Ogbomoso, Oyo State, Dr. Adeoye Oyewole said,
“Someone is said to have died of a ‘ medical cause’ when there is a traceable and demonstrable medical pathology that is related to the death. The term ‘natural medical cause’ is not medical.
“For instance, if the person had suffered a heart or cardiovascular event just before he/she died, that is a traceable medical cause. If the person also had an underlying medical condition like an enlarged heart but an event triggered a shock to the system to have caused the death, it is also a medical cause.”
Moji Olaiya died in Canada on Thursday, May 18, after suffering from cardiac arrest. Her death came barely 2 months after she welcomed her second child.
Her remains were shipped into the country on Tuesday, June 6 and was interred at the Ebony Vaults, Ikoyi Cemetery, on Wednesday, June 7.
May her soul rest in peace (Amen)