Nadayar Enegesi connects household chore managers with people in need

By : Melchior Koba

Date : lundi, 05 juin 2023 09:57

He is a successful entrepreneur and talented computer scientist with a proven track record in several tech companies. With Eden Life, he helps middle-class Africans find competent people to manage household chores.

Nadayar Enegesi (photo) is a Nigerian computer scientist who graduated from the University of Waterloo, Canada, with a Bachelor's degree in 2013. He is the CEO of Eden Life, a start-up he founded in 2019 with Prosper Otemuyiwa.

His startup was born out of both his and his co-founder’s desire to improve the quality of life of middle-class individuals. In Nigeria and Kenya, the startup connects people who provide services such as laundry, cleaning, catering, and equipment maintenance with those in need.

Eden is the single platform for all domestic services. It's a superior answer to the question of an inferior lifestyle. If you’ve ever wanted to be done with house chores or wanted better services for things like your laundry, meals, house cleaning, maintenance, etc, then you have silently prayed for Eden,” Nadayar Enegesi writes on his Linkedin profile.

The same Linkedin profile informs that prior to founding Eden Life, in 2014, Nadayar Enegesi co-founded Andela, an engineering platform that helps companies build remote teams quickly and affordably. He was also the director of Launchpad, Andela's in-house incubator from January 2018 to April 2019. Still, at Andela, Nadayar Enegesi was the Director of Learning and Development as well as the Director of Engineering and Training.

In 2013, the tech entrepreneur co-founded Fora, a marketplace for North American online courses targeted mainly at African students and emerging professionals. Nadayar Enegesi was the company's CTO until June 2014.

The computer scientist has worked as an IT developer for several technology companies such as Phoenix Interactive, BBS Securities Inc, and MKS. He was OpenText's quality assurance automation specialist in 2011. Between 2015 and 2016, he was an Udacity code reviewer.

Melchior Koba


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