Olajumoke Orisaguna’s dream is to help the helpless

Olajumoke Orisaguna became a celebrity by divine orchestration.

She was a bread seller who photo bombed ace photographer TY Bello’s photo shoot.

Having been in the spotlight ever since because of her sudden launch into stardom, Olajumoke Orisaguna says nothing has changed about her.

She’s just more focused and determined because she now knows she has a greater purpose.

Olajumoke Orisaguna has fans whom she must not let down and she doesn’t joke with her family either. She’s still the same humble, respectful woman that was selling bread.

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The only snag is that fame and stardom has denied her freedom and easy access to certain things.

Before, she could walk freely to buy vegetable by the roadside, eat in a roadside food joint or even use public transport but she can’t do any of those now.

Now she can’t go into the streets without getting attention from her numerous fans. She still checks on her friends and they still check on her. They are excited about her transformation and she’s grateful to God.

Recalling that singular incident that changed her life forever, Olajumoke Orisaguna said she had ambitions to be great in life but not in this way.

All she wanted and the picture she had in mind was to live a quiet life with her family until God stepped in and assigned her to a greater purpose.

Growing up in Osun State, it was a life of struggles for this young woman. It was tough growing up in a family with little resources. There were times she and her siblings slept hungry or had just little to eat. It was a difficult period but all that is past now.

Olajumoke Orisaguna was a good child. Being the first of 6 children, she was saddled with the responsibility of supporting the family and providing for them. She had to stop school so that her younger ones could further their education.

Olajumoke Orisaguna story is one that inspired to keep doing what you are doing because miracles do happen.


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2 Responses

  1. Helen says:

    Her story is inspiring indeed.

  2. Ebube says:

    Her story is truly inspiring. May her good work never be in vain.

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