Enô Alfred was born and raised in London after her parents relocated from Nigeria to attend University. Enô graduated from the London School of Economics and Political Science with a Bsc degree in government. While studying, Enô also interned with an MP, Family History magazine and ITN News. In her second year, she was selected to report a story for BBC news on the low number of black students in top universities.
A few months after graduating, Enô moved to New York in 2009 to study Journalism at the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism and interned with the BBC while studying. She obtained a Msc degree in broadcast journalism the following year.
Enô moved to Nigeria in 2011 to begin working as a reporter in Lagos at a television news channel called NN24. She then moved again to another state in Nigeria to began working as a reporter and presenter for Cross River State‘s Carnival Commission.
After moving back to London to work at a trade finance magazine, she realsied that she definitely missed the exciting world of television. In 2013, Enô relocated back to Nigeria begin working as a television personality for WE-TV — Cool fm’s and Wazobia fm’s television channel.