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Olajumoke Orisaguna, the 27 year old bread hawker turned model is yet to move into her three bedroom apartment.
“Olajumoke’s house will soon be ready. The renovation is almost complete. They are already at the final stage. The Orisagunas should be ready to move in anytime from now.
“They just want a decent and presentable place for them, that is why it is taking this long.” a source told Encomium
The building is supposed to house the 27 year old mother of two with her children (Grace, five, Precious, 16 months) and Sunday Orisaguna, her aluminum windows and doors installer husband.
The apartment under renovation was given to the Orisagunas courtesy of Sijimoto Construction boss, Sijibomi Ogundele. The apartment comes fully furnished with five year rent paid by the young philanthropist.
According to TY Bello who discovered Olajumoke, she was a hairstylist from Iree, Osun state, but wasn’t making enough money along with her husband, Sunday, who is a sliding door installer to take care of their two children.
A distant relative, who knew someone operating a bakery invited her to Lagos to hawk bread. Olajumoke relocated to Lagos to give bread hawking a try.
She left behind her husband and five year old first child. She lived in the bakery with other in-house workers and bread sellers and made a profit of between N300 and N700 daily.
Jumoke’s story has inspired a lot of people and many have been tapping into her kind of miracle, as it is a typical rags to riches tale that sounds like a lie.
She has been offered internship at Make Me Salon and Sari Signatures a popular Lebanese owned salon in Victoria Island, Lagos.