A political forum known as P.L.A.Y (Political Leadership Among Youths) has named Jumoke, bread seller turned model overnight as a motivational speaker and that news has not gone down well with most Nigerians on Twitter:
Before reading the rest of the tweets this is probably the most sensible reaction to the news:
Motivational Speaker ONLY at an event or Motivational Speaker as her new job or career. These are 2 different things. Don't get it twisted!
— 'GbemiLeke (@Lekingson4u) February 17, 2016
Now you can read the rest:
Motivational speaker?! Please someone needs to rescue this girl from these leeches and the commercial debauchery. pic.twitter.com/ls0ZboCz9Y
— The Nick of Time (@nicholasibekwe) February 17, 2016
Like, what's she gonna come tell us on stage as a motivational speaker…
That we should sell bread and gatecrash a photoshoot?
— Omo GbajaBiamila (@OccupyNaija) February 17, 2016
Ha! Jumoke motivational speaker? omo na to carry yam inside wheel barrow waka pass TY Bello's next street shoot
— Uche Agbai (@SenseiUche) February 17, 2016
There is no way the Jumoke i listened to can be a motivational speaker. Is she gonna speak in Ijesha language?
— olori (@aunty_ifeoma) February 17, 2016
Making her a motivational speaker is an insult to actual motivational speakers who know the art, the essence and the struggle.
— …… (@Jeloxanbregaz_) February 17, 2016
This is pure comedy. Motivational speaker after how many yrs experience of bread selling or modeling? Very comical https://t.co/KNkqWeweeM
— Vintage (@Crysmee9) February 17, 2016
We love the from Bread seller to Model Olajumoke.
But a motivational speaker?
— Olamilekansi (@lekkiteam) February 17, 2016
Heard Olajumoke is having a motivational session at the Hilton, Abuja this weekend. I never knew she had become a motivational speaker.
— BLACK GANDHI (@xavierighorodje) February 17, 2016
Doesn't make her a motivational speaker.. just a lucky girl.. how is she going to motivate me? Walk into photographs more often?
— Igbo Lord (@Chike____) February 17, 2016
Jumoke's story is no doubt an amazing inspiration and can be a motivation to many. But 'motivational speaker' is what I don't get yet.
— Dee (@Dami_Fruicion) February 17, 2016
— Oluwatoyin Balogun (@toyeenb) February 17, 2016