Seun Osewa, born on July 17, 1982, in Nigeria, is an internet entrepreneur and software programmer best known as the founder of Nairaland, one of Africa’s largest online communities. Launched in 2005, Nairaland quickly gained popularity and became an essential platform for Nigerians to discuss various topics ranging from politics and entertainment to technology and sports.
|Birth Date||July 17, 1982|
|Known For||Founder of Nairaland|
|Education||University of Lagos|
Seun Osewa attended the University of Lagos, Nigeria, where he studied Electrical Engineering. However, he dropped out to focus on his passion for programming and the internet. He experimented with various internet ventures before finding success with Nairaland.
- Nairaland has been ranked among the top 1,000 websites globally by Alexa, a web traffic data and analytics company.
- Seun Osewa has been recognized for his achievements, including being listed in the “Top 30 Most Influential Young Nigerians” by YNaija.
Seun Osewa has kept his personal life relatively private. Details about his family and relationships have not been publicly disclosed.
Seun Osewa’s work in the Nigerian tech scene has drawn comparisons to other successful African tech entrepreneurs, such as Iyinoluwa Aboyeji, co-founder of Andela and Flutterwave, and Jason Njoku, the founder of iROKOtv.