The burial committee announced this on Friday while unveiling the two-day burial plans for the actress to journalists. The burial programme is slated for Tuesday, June 6 and Wednesday, June 7, 2017 in Lagos .
Olaiya died on 17 May of cardiac arrest three months after she was delivered of a baby girl in Canada.
Yomi Fabiyi, the Publicity Secretary of the committee said that people who would be interested in participating in the burial could buy the T-shirts. Also that those that would not be able to afford the price of the T-shirt should wear corporate black outfits during the two-day event.
The committee said that Moji’s corpse would arrive Lagos from Canada on June 6.
However, some members of the public had objected to the plan to print and sell T-shirts during Moji Olaiya’s burial saying that the actress died at a very tender age
“What kind of T-shirts are they selling or planning to print and sell and for what? They are laughing, not crying for her. And they announced it to the public?’’ she said.
“For what? They should rather beg God to spare their own lives”.
“They are bad people, anybody that suggested that is not a good person. She is still very young for that”, she added.