“Why I am happy that you died in the house of God” Actor Ayo Olaiya in tears as he loses brother (Video)
It is a tough time for Nollywood actor, Ayo Olaiya as he has lost his beloved brother, Temitope Adufe Olaiya.
In a heartbreaking post on his Instagram page, he paid tribute to his late brother, who he revealed died in the house of God (church).
Hailing his brother for being truly a fighter and a warrior, he prayed for his soul to rest in peace.
Sharing a message to his fans, he told them to always learn from death as we are all like dreamers in this world.
“Oh death! You’ve taken from me again!
You have snatched my dearest brother, Temitope Adufe Olaiya from me. Brother Tope, you are truly a fighter and a warrior. Even in this loss. I’m happy you died in the house of God. What a glorious exit! May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace. We love you but God loves you more. We lost Sir Murphy Afolabi yesterday and I lost my beloved brother today. Let’s always learn from death. We are all like dreamers in this world. One day, we will wake up from our dreams and that would be the end. Let’s take things easy in this world. May we all live long to fulfill our destiny in life. Rest on Bodami Tope. Bodami daadaa”.
Ayo Olaiya breaks down in tears as he reacts to Murphy Afolabi’s death
On Sunday, Ayo Olaiya shed hot tears while mourning his colleague, Murphy Afolabi.
Taking to his Instagram page, Ayo Olaiya shared a video of him in tears as he mourned his colleague.
He noted how this world is not ours, hence, why we should live it well and do good.
“This world is not our home and no one will get out of it alive. Therefore, remember to live well and do good while you’re still on the journey. Good night Murphy Omoafolabi. May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace”.
Kemi Filani reported that actor, producer, and director, Murphy Afolabi dead on Sunday, May 14th, just a few days after his 49th birthday.
The actor was said to have died after slipping in his bathroom.
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