Olajumoke Abandons First Management. See Reason…


It’s barely four months since Olajumoke Orisaguna transformed from being a bread seller to a Model. Now, the young brand has ported from her first modelling agency, Few Model Management, to Beth Models agency. Apparently, her lawyer, Olayemi Adesuyan, ain’t sleeping on bicycle. The model’s lawyer has legally broken every tie she has with FEW Model Management to enable her move on with the new management.

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BETH Model Management is now responsible for handling Olajumoke’s portfolio as it was said that her former management was becoming incompetent in taking charge of the 22-year-old’s career. The former management was contacted to sign Jumoke who was buzzing at the moment when her story broke out. The contract was for them to build on the publicity she generated and her brand, however, FEW has failed to fulfill that obligation.

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Although Ono Bello says there is some sort of underlying competition going on between the CEO of FEW- Bolajo Fawehinmi and that of BETH Elizabeth Elohor Aisien, politics has come into play as Jumoke is now the center of competition.

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However, Olajumoke and her legal team seem to be more confident in the abilities and experience of BETH being that the agency has been in the modeling business for over 12 years as opposed to the one year FEW has been in the modeling business.

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Olajumoke’s team also said the reason for the move is BETH’s experience with organizing the yearly Elite Model Look Competition that has put Nigerian models such as Chika Emmanuella, Mayowa Nicholas and Victor Ndigwe on international modeling runways. Meaning they have what it takes to take Olajumoke’s career to the next level.