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Eden Life raises $1.4m to digitise house chores.

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Eden Life, a Nigeria-based startup digitizing home help for homes across Africa, has raised a seed round of $1.4 million to increase more portion of the overall industry, carrying its absolute venture to $2 million. 

The venture round was driven by LocalGlobe with cooperation from Africa-centered VCs, Future Africa, Samurai Incubate, Village Global, Rising Tide Africa and Enza Capital. 

Eden Life was established in 2019 by three ex-Andela staff members, Nadayar Enegesi, Prosper Otemuyiwa and Silm Momoh, on a $600,000 pre-seed round from loved ones, to target twenty to thirty year olds and Gen Zs who are too occupied to even consider shuffling house tasks with their positions, particularly those in the tech space.

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Lagos Angel Network appoints new board.

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The Lagos Angel Network (LAN) has named another Board of Governors (BoG) to direct its issues, viable from today October 1, 2021. 

As indicated by a LAN explanation, the new board, led by Kola Aina, General Partner at Ventures Platform, has the command to reposition the association with an emphasis on enrolling and teaching nearby private backers and advocating support for beginning phase putting resources into Nigeria. 

Different individuals from the BoG are Biola Alabi, author, Biola Alabi Media, who will sit as Deputy Chair of the BoG; Yemi Keri, prime supporter, Rising Tide Africa; Olumide Soyombo, fellow benefactor, Voltron Capital; Iyin Aboyeji, organizer, Future Africa; and Gerrad Olisa-Ashar, fellow benefactor, Diaspora Angel Network.

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PaySika secures funds to provide neobank services in francophone Africa

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PaySika, a monetary innovation startup creating versatile and online financial answers for French-speaking African nations, today declared that it has gotten a €300,000 ($348,000) pre-seed venture from private supporters in the French, London, and Nigerian tech startup space. 

Established in 2020 by Roger Nengwe and Stezen Bisselou, PaySika professes to be the principal business-to-client (B2C) neobank in the area that works with a chatbot on well known informing applications, including Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, and Telegram. As per an organization articulation, this permits clients to do their exchanges as basic as sending a SMS. 

Regardless of the expansion of monetary administrations in Africa over the previous decade, there’s been a tirelessly underserved hole in the francophone part of the mainland. Over 80% of the populace in the area, or more than 120 million individuals, don’t approach bank administrations. 

With business banks for the most part centered around the best 10-20% richest clients, versatile cash arrangements from the district’s telcos and fintech new companies have been critical to stretching out admittance to monetary administrations. At present, over 60% of the populace utilize versatile wallets.

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Okra builds on rapid growth to raise $3.5m

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Less than a year after blasting onto Nigeria’s fintech scene with an astonishing $1m pre-seed raise, Okra has shut one more subsidizing round. This time, it’s $3.5m in seed cash from institutional and private supporters, including establishing engineers at US startup Robinhood. 

Organizations can utilize Okra to get clients continuous and authentic record balance, complete Know Your Customer checks, get client exchange history of as long as two years, and set up joins for direct charges. 

Okra has a component for clients as well; for interfacing individual financial balances to other fintech applications. The startup says it is associated with all banks in Nigeria and guarantees “a 99.9% ensured uptime.” 

Established by Fara Ashiru Jituboh and David Peterside, Okra is one among an arising yield of new businesses breaking into fintech with an emphasis on growing admittance to monetary information. 

These new companies are driving the discussion around open banking, proclaiming a monetary administrations environment where banks open up their store of client information and speed up advancement.

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