King Wasiu Ayinde Marshal recently launched his bakery in his hometown of Ijebu-Ode in Ogun State.
The Fuji veteran named the venture after one of his daughters, Anjola – who according to him, loves bread just as much as he does.
He also talks about the struggles of growing up as the son of a bread seller.
“When I was a little boy, the first business I woke up to see my mother doing was ‘bakery confectionery business’
“My mum used to sell bread – and I remember as a kid I used to help her sell bread early in the morning before going to school and after I return from school. It was a norm I had to do for her before she eventually changed to clothing business.”
Speaking on why he named the bread company after his daughter, ANJOLA
“I found out my daughter Anjolaoluwa loves bread same as my mother (who used to in the past), and me being a lover of bread, she loves it just like me.
And then I was like; Why can’t we have our own bread?”
For those who might want a taste of Anjola bread, KWAM1 states that there is a depot at Surulere in Lagos.
Watch the full interview below…