Guys, TechCabal Radar AMA sessions are back (whoop!), and Yele Bademosi — from our count, the one and only — will be joining us on the 25th of this month to answer your questions about everything from his go-to outfit for any occasion, to his most recent work with Microtraction and what he’s picked up so far from it.

Are you as pumped as I am? I’ll let the excitement settle down for a minute.

Okay, are we good? For those of you who haven’t heard of Yele, what are you doing? No, seriously, where have you been?

Yele Bademosi is the Founder & Managing Partner of Microtraction, an investment platform that funds Africa’s most remarkable teams with technical founders at the earliest stages of their venture and helps them build enduring companies.

Prior to Microtraction, Yele joined Starta as the General Manager pre-launch. The company reached 24,000+ subscribers in 8 months and was acquired by Potential Group within 6 months of operation.

Yele studied medicine at King’s College London before dropping out to focus on technology entrepreneurship. He spent a year learning iOS Development & UX/UI design later founding Purple, a social app for university students in the U.K. After Purple, Yele led product design at Rocko Labs, a product development studio and shipped products like PostnoteClink.

If you’d like to be part of this conversation, join us on Radar on the 25th of August, 2:00pm (WAT). Yele will be around to take all your questions.

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