Kayode J. Adewumi was the CEO of Kaybis Global Links Ltd., Nigeria before he left for United State of America (USA) due to Boko Haram insurgency and kidnapping in the country.

Through hard work, Kayode learnt from his parents, he received his Real Estate License within a year. He is also a member of the Real Estate Board of New York.   kayode@brickandmortar.com

The Tanitoluwa Adewumi Foundation, Inc. was established after his son won the first place K – 3rd Grade Section in March, 2019 New York State Scholastic Championships Tournament. The Foundation’s primary purpose is to help less privilege kids.

Prince Kayode James Adewumi was born on June 24, 1976 in Ado Ekiti, Ekiti State Nigeria. He and his wife Oluwatoyin Kuburat Adewumi have two sons Adesina and Tanitoluwa. The family lives in Manhattan, NY.



Oluwatoyin K. Adewumi worked with United Bank for Africa (UBA PLC) Nigeria as a Relationship Manager before she left for National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) as the Study Centre Accountant and later joined the school authority to establish a Microfinance Bank named after the school.

She came to the United States with her family due to insurgency problems in the country Nigeria.

Oluwatoyin received a Home Health Aide Certificate and is working with Alvita Health Care in New York, NY.

Oluwatoyin Kuburat Adewumi was born on June 16, 1981 in Ado Ekiti, Ekiti State Nigeria in to the family of Alhaji Afolabi Jimoh and Oluwafunke Silifat  Owoeye. Oluwstoyin and her husband, Kayode, are blessed with two sons, Adesina and Tanitoluwa.

The Tanitoluwa Adewumi Foundation is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization.

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