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Watch Canada To Grave Documentary Movie About Moji Olaiya Death Produced By Gbenga Adewusi

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Watch Canada To Grave Documentary Movie About Moji Olaiya Death Produced By Gbenga Adewusi

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June 16, 2017 – Canada To Grave, A Documentary Movie About Moji Olaiya’s Death Produced By Bayowa Films Released Online

A movie with an insensitive title centered around the controversial death of Nollywood Yoruba actress Moji Olaiya has been released.

The movie titled Canada to Grave produced by Gbenga Adewusi of Bayowa Films was released today.

Mixed reaction has trailed the untimely release of the documentary which many Nigerians and fans of the actress are talking on.

Though Bayowa allegedly promises not to sell the movies to offline marketers, Nigerians are however not happy because of the indecent and tasteless title of the movie.

In his response, Gbenga Adewusi said the movie will not be available for sale offline but will be viewable online by Yoruba Swaga TV viewers.

Watch the documentary video below

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  1. FLOYD EL NINO

    June 16, 2017 at 9:13 PM

    the title of the movie is kinda disrespecful to the diceased.. Some nigerian movie producers are quack producers. That is why some movies produced by nigerian producers are no longer interesting dis days. I can tell from the start to the end of a nigerian movie without having to watch the movie just by hearing the title of the movie. Smiles.. How funny

  2. Bankole Jones

    June 16, 2017 at 9:41 PM

    Nonsense…Where did he get the money to do the film documentary and he couldn’t support the body to be moved down to Nigeria? And all these useless people rushed to Tinubu to get millions to bring the body home. Anyway. We shall all die one day…

  3. Aisha

    June 17, 2017 at 1:09 AM

    Canada to grave? Why such a horrible title? It seems these people are actually happy this poor woman traveled to Canada and died!! Such a disrespectful title. I feel so sad for her dear family who have to see these horrific writings or movies.

  4. sugar

    June 21, 2017 at 9:59 AM

    But I like it coz I watched it fully and cry the more..the most important thing is they should not sell it..they should let people watch it on the Internet themselves..and mere looking at Bayowa he is using it to advertise himself and his product which I don’t no existed

  5. Olawuwo fatai

    June 29, 2017 at 11:35 AM

    Canada to grave, this title is not good enough, It could have been titled tribute to moji olaiya.

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