TechInAfrica – The Central Bank of Kenya has welcomed Cellulant, a multinational payment provider company into the country’s economic sector.
Cellulant will provide businesses with online and offline payment services, which they can access from mobile, cards, or banks.
“This authorization will enable us to continue serving our customers better with guaranteed secure and regulated conditions for us to facilitate payments,” said Faith Nkatha, Country Manager of Cellulant Kenya in a statement.
David Waithaka, the Group Chief Revenue Officer of Cellulant said, “For Cellulant, simplifying the payment experience and providing merchant tools to manage all their payments frees businesses to focus on their growth and consequently create opportunities that accelerate growth for all.”
Cellulant is a leading payments company in Africa, founded in 2003 and has partnered with 45 of the largest mobile money operators and 210 banks across Africa. Its services span across 35 countries, including Ghana, Botswana, Nigeria, Cameroon, Uganda, Tanzania, Zambia, Egypt, Ethiopia, South Africa, and Kenya. It has knit an interconnected payment network of banks, businesses, mobile network operators, and consumers.