Ladoke Akintola University of Technology


Oluwatomilola Anjoorin is the first child in a family of six. She hails from Ekiti. She is a graduate of Biochemistry from Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH). She is the CEO of Miel Creations where she creates amazing delicacies.

Let’s meet you. Who is Oluwatomilola ?

I am Oluwatomilola Anjoorin, the first child and only daughter in a family of six. I am an indigene of Ekiti, but based in Lagos. I am a graduate of Biochemistry from Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH). I own Miel Creations where I make mouth watering cakes.

What are your hobbies?

Reading, traveling, surfing the net and singing.

Who and what inspires you?

I am inspired by achievers, no name in particular, people that despite all odds pull themselves out of difficult situations and stands high such as Oprah Winfrey.

What is your biggest fear?

Being financially and spiritually poor, wrong marriage, not touching lives before I leave the Earth.

With different people joining the baking world, how have you been able to step up your games? Do you think the profession is growing well in Nigeria and worth making sacrifices for?

It is important to note that no matter how much you climb, someone will always be ahead of you, it’s fine.
And, yes, I ensure I attend seminars, keep myself updated by reading and surfing the web, follow the trend WISELY. Well, yes, it is evident in the fact that the almighty cake boss, Buddy, visited Nigeria some months back. My business,my brand,my profession is worth making sacrifices for.

Your best quote?

You won’t always be right, your opinion is not the truth.

What is that one thing you’ll like to change about yourself?

My butts, I’d like to have a bigger butt. On a more seriously note, I’d like to change the way I over think issues.

What keeps you up at night?

Thoughts on how to be a better woman, my dreams and how to achieve them.

If given the chance to be the President of Nigeria for a day, what will you change?

NYSC being scrapped. Ensuring all varsity students learn a skill, give total allowance to fresh graduate to start their businesses.

Where do you see yourself and your brand in the next 5 years?

Myself happily married with kids. My business/brand very well established, having strong holds in different states and it must be able to run independently. Own a big restaurant, be a counsellor/guardian to young girls.

How have you been able to combine being a biochemist and a baker together?

One thing has bowed for the other, I am a full time baker/Event planner for now.

 What is your major challenge so far and how have you been able to deal with it?

Well, I’d say social media awareness/marketing, I try to be better, while surfing the web, I try to focus on things that are more important.

 If you were given the opportunity to address a group of girls five years younger than you? What will be your advice to them?

Know God from your early years, if you’ve missed it before, find your path.
That you’ve failed once, twice, three times, doesn’t mean you can’t start all over again.
Pressures will come, it’ll always be there, focus.
Don’t be so marriage conscious, you tend forget to enjoy your single state that way.
God will bless the works of thy hand, the Bible says,sister,what is in thy hand?