She died in Canada on May 18, 2017
Following reports claiming that late Nollywood actress, Moji Olaiya was poisoned and a statement by her family denying that claim, the autopsy report on the cause of her death has been explained.
Moji Olaiya’s family released a statement on Monday, June 12, 2017, which reads that the autopsy conducted on her remains showed that she died of a ‘natural medical cause’.
A medical consultant with the Ladoke Akintola University Teaching Hospital, Ogbomoso, Adeoye Oyewole has explained to Punch what ‘natural medical cause’ means.
A person 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.
Oyewole said, ‘When one 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 or 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.’ Oyewole explained.
Moji Olaiya died on May 18 in Canada, with her remains brought into the country on the June 6. She was then buried on June 7, 2017.
May her soul rest in peace.
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