The Iree-born hairstylist became a celebrity after she photo-bombed TY Bello's shoot of Tinie Tempah on February 2, 2016.
According to Sijibomi Ogundele, Sujimoto boss, the goodies Olajumoke is currently enjoying are not enough as she needs investments that would last her for a lifetime hence his decision to set up a bakery for the 28 year old model.
“For the past few months we have known her, we realized that Olajumoke is a lifetime project. We want to engage her, not just giving her an apartment, what would happen if the rent expires in the next five years. Yes, she is a model but that is not enough. She is a mother of two and her husband does not have work, we pay her monthly salary but before the end of the year, we want a bakery for her. Her story came from selling bread, hopefully by the grace of God. We pray God gives us life and hope, we would create the bread of hope where she would work.
Olajumoke is like an entrepreneur, she knows how to add this to that, we are trying to maximize her potentials. No matter how small the bakery would be, we want to try to see if we can do that,” he told Encomium.
It would take at least 5 million naira to set up a standard bakery with the right equipment and materials in Lagos at the moment, according to experts.