For Some Reasons, We Are Loving How Olajumoke Answered These Questions About Her Husband


We all know Olajumoke Orisaguna’s grass to grace story, from hawking bread on the street to becoming a model and brand ambassador. She has come a long since her days of hawking bread, with the help of many professionals she is learning new skills and exploring new opportunites.

With her new found fame, however also came public scrutiny, people have especially questioned her marriage and queried her husband. Some also said she has become full of herself.

In an interview with TOFARATI IGE of Punch, Olajumoke answered questions on these, although she is new in the entertainment industry, she is learning to keep her marriage private and away from prying eyes.

On if fame has affected her marriage

My relationship with my husband has not changed; the fame has had nothing to do with my relationship with my husband. However, we have both had to make adjustments. Like every other relationship, we have our normal differences from time to time.

On what her husband does

My husband’s life is private. He isn’t the one in the limelight.

On if she is now pompous and hard to reach

I am still Olajumoke. I know how I got to where I am now and I do not intend to forget my roots. The truth is that I now have a very challenging schedule and I have to manage that and maintain my home so I now have less time for myself. My management is keeping me really busy between my language lectures, modelling lectures, make-up classes with Zaron Cosmetics, ambassadorial duties and modelling jobs. I apologise to anyone who thinks I have an attitude but there’s a price to pay for upliftment and I can’t disappoint those who helped me get here and who are working hard to ensure that I am successful.

Read full interview in Punch

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