Olajumoke Orisaguna, popular Agege Bread seller turned model has recounted her success story and she couldn’t help it but express gratitude for the transformation that got her to the point of fame.
Jumoke had previously revealed on her Instagram that she will be telling the full narrative of her life on one of her Vlog episodes. Speaking in her local dialect, she also noted that everyone should put in effort in whatever they desire to do.
According to her, “the darkest hour of the night is nearest to morning. Don’t forget, joy cometh in the morning. I’m sharing my life as a testimony, as reminder to everyone that where you’re now is not as important as where you are going” she stated. Giving a little snippet on her journey, she said:
“Let me share my story with you all over again, some of you may be tired of it but it remains ever new to me. Two years ago, I ran to Lagos from Ire in Osun State in search of ‘daily bread’ for me and my children.
I got a job to sell bread for a bakery where I also slept with my children on the floor. That faithful day, I was out selling bread as usual when I walked pass some people taking pictures. That’s how I got noticed by my aunt, Ty Bello, as ‘omo oni bread’ in her picture. She looked for me and God used her to change my life”.
“Because Olowogbogboro is involved, the best hands in the industry were in charge of my makeover. I got a modelling contract with management, an endorsement, a house and education for my children. I have learnt a lot in the course of this journey; it’s been rough and tough, exciting and rewarding but I will forever be grateful to everyone who was part of this story, to the media for giving it life. I hope this motivates someone to try again and stay faithful at their duty place, God can locate you anywhere”.
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