The fifth generation of African-based startups has gravely influenced its domestic digital economy whereby the technology industry continues to experience a surge in educational developments, finance, innovation, and administration.
Edukoya has reportedly raised a $3.5M pre-seed deal to bolster its Edtech algorithm built to tutor its students online per the fifth-generation academy syllabus as its default content. The pre-seed funds are expected to develop a complete Live feature for online learning by 2022.
The Nigerian-based start-up Edtech app is equipped to tutor students at all educational levels, a customized tracking system that monitors users’ performance, a personal tutor on academics, examination mocks with multiple exercises, and detailed solutions.
The founder of Edukoya is the current chief executive officer, Honey Ogundeyi. She accredited her Edtech platform — its online academic syllabus algorithm is tweaked to tutor discombobulated students with baby steps emphasis all day, and all year round. She also confirmed her Edtech platform raised a $3.5M deal — the pre-seed fundraising was led by Target Global.
Meanwhile, critics report otherwise despite Edukoya developing the beta version of its Edtech platform before Edukoya raised the million-dollar pre-seed deal. Remember Honey confirmed Edukoya’s current resources are adequate to endorse a Live feature that is currently developing by Edukoya’s beta developers team. Other critics suggested Edukoya got lucky with the deal because its European background influenced another European venture capital company to invest the most while accumulating Edukoya’s pre-seed fundraising.
Edukoya is reportedly a multiethnic Edtech platform, originally based in the commercial zone of Nigeria (Lagos) and England (London). Honey startup the Edtech platform — its fundamental objectives tackle the poor education infrastructure installed in Africa — her directives were focused on real-time academic institutions organised with an ill educational ecosystem, and tutoring students with outdated academic syllabus
It is a no-brainer Edukoya’s academic syllabus is accurate and credibly influenced by the UK curriculum — an edge for its Nigerian user base to access detailed educational content online. Honey’s comment revealed the African academic curriculum is outdated — her fact backdates through a fifty-year timeline. Edukoya introduces innovative education, based in London and Lagos as its point of origin.
Edukoya’s content tackles complex questions that are likely to feature in certified examinations, such as national entrance examination, ordinary level examinations, standardized test (SAT — entrance examination for higher institutions overseas), and advanced level examination.
Edukoya’s disciplinary scheme is compatible with any model of mobile gadgets — Honey confirmed her Edtech app has over 20,000 detailed educational content pre-installed in Edukoya.’s database. The $3.5M pre-seed deal is enough resources to maintain Edukoya’s reputation that shares updated knowledge and other educational activity online.