Meet Our Strategic Team

Beeptool Team shares a simultaneously combined industry experience of 30 years.

John Enoh

Founder-Chairman

Abraham Wright Enoh

Co-founder & Head RnD

Benedict Enoh

Business Dev. & Product Manager

Grace Ikem

HR and Operation Manager

Benjamin Omale

Support Engineer

Raphael Agbo

Accountant

Mayowa Ihinmikaiye

CO-FOUNDER & PRODUCT MANAGER- FINTECH

Etimbuk Usoroh

Business Development and Sales Manager

Meet Our Advisory Board Members

Our Advisory board are industry-recognized and experienced in hands-on technology and strategic matters. One of our executives is an advisor to five (5) African Governments on Technology, and another was in charge of bringing in and setting up ATMs in Nigeria for the first time, to mention a few.

John Enoh

Founder-Chairman

Osai Osaigbovo

AI and Cloud computing Advisor

Prof. Ndubuisi Ekwekwe

STRATEGY ADVISOR

Roland Awo-Osagie

Technology Advisor

Rabi Egunjobi

Sales & Marketing Advisor

Chuba Nwachukwu

Financial Advisor

His Excellency Ambassador
George O Ajonye (MFR, fwc)

Non-executive board member

Prof. Ndubuisi Ekwekwe

STRATEGY ADVISOR

Prof Ndubuisi Ekekwe invented and patented a robotic system used in minimally invasive medical robots. The United States Government acquired assignee rights to the technology in 2017. Dr Ekekwe holds two doctoral and four master’s degrees including PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Johns Hopkins University, USA. 

 

He earned B.Eng in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from the Federal University of Technology, Owerri where he graduated as his class best graduating student. While in Analog Devices Corp, he worked in the team that designed an accelerometer for the iPhone and he created the company’s first wafer level chip scale package for inertial sensors.

 

 A recipient of IGI Global “Book of the Year” Award, a TED Fellow, IBM Global Entrepreneur and World Economic Forum Young Global Leader, Dr Ekekwe has held professorships in Carnegie Mellon University and Babcock University and served in the United States National Science Foundation ERC E&D Committee. The founder of Zenvus, a global leading precision ag-tech company, and Chairman of Fasmicro Group writes regularly in the Harvard Business Review. Dr Ekekwe is a selection board member of the $100 Million Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurship Program.

 

Roland Awo-Osagie

Technology Advisor

Roland Awo-Osagie holds a BSc. in Industrial Mathematics from the University of Benin and MBA in Project Management from the Federal University of Technology, Owerri. He has also attended various management courses at Lagos Business School, Parity University London, Genesys University London among other professional and management development programs. 

 

He is a seasoned practitioner in Information & Communication Technologies, Risk Management, Strategy, people and programs / project management with over two decades of experience spanning Banking, Telecommunications, Managed Services and OEMs industries, playing different senior management roles in multiple geographies in Africa. He has successfully executed several transformational projects which have greatly improved the information technology capacity, capabilities and operational efficiency for banks and Telecommunication in Africa. Series of innovative projects embarked upon by him and his team have delivered unprecedented transaction success in various e-channels and digital transformation fintech. 

 

He led a cross-functional team of experts across the banks in Nigeria, commissioned by the CBN/Banker committee to develop the Framework for Data Center Colocation under the Share Services Program aimed at reducing the cost to serve for Banks across the industry. Held many senior management roles including ‘Country Services Manager’, (CSM) for IBM / Airtel S1 project; Group CIO and Group CTO for UBA PLC, leveraging on technology, processes and people to deliver the Group business objectives.

 

His Excellency Ambassador
George O Ajonye (MFR, fwc)

Non-executive board member

A career diplomat with the ministry for foreign affairs, where he served for 35 years with distinction. He retired from public service on 3rd July 2007. During his long-standing career, Ambassador Ajonye served in various capacities in Nigeria and abroad. His career took him to The Hague, Netherlands and later to Nigeria High Commission, London as a first secretary. 

 

Thereafter, his service career took him to the Caribbean as a first secretary at the Nigerian High Commission, Kingston Jamaica. He later posted as Counsellor/Charge d’Affaires to Bangui, Central Africa Republic. After which he served as Minister Counsellor in Nigeria High Commission Area Office, Liverpool, United Kingdom. He was later posted as a Minister to Abidjan, Cot d’Ivoire. Having distinguished himself in the diplomatic career, Ambassador Ajonye was appointed as Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Federal Republic of Nigeria to Poland with Concurrent Accreditation to Hungary in 1989. 

 

He was appointed as Nigeria’s High Commissioner to Zimbabwe and later appointed as Ambassador to Sweden with Concurrent Accreditation to Norway, Demark and Finland in December 1999. He has represented Nigeria as several International fora and served in various capacities at the headquarters of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. 

He last posted at headquarters before his appointed as High Commissioner to Zimbabwe, was Director (Office of the Permanent Secretary). A fellow of the National War College, Nigeria (War National Defence College, Nigeria). He served as the Under Secretary (Administration & Finance) and Under Secretary (Regions & International Organisations), respectively before retiring from public services on 3rd July 2007.