From Oracle, Faith Nkatha joins Cellulant as Country Manager for Kenya

Fintech firm Cellulant has announced the appointment of Faith Nkatha Gitonga as the Country Manager for Kenya. A highly accomplished leader with a proven track record of driving digital transformation, Faith Nkatha joins Cellulant to lead it’s Kenya operations and scale its payments ecosystem in the country.

She joins Cellulant from Oracle Corporation where she was the firm’s Digital Transformation efforts for the Public Sector.

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“We are excited that Faith has accepted to join our leadership team and confident that she will lead Cellulant Kenya’s next chapter of growth and success”, said Ken Njoroge, co-founder and CEO, Cellulant. “We have all been impressed by her strong track record of digital transformation and vast experience in the Fintech space.”

Faith has over 10 years of experience with a strong performance history of value-adding contribution, strategic partnerships and digitalization for some of Kenya’s premier consumer-facing banks. Before joining Oracle, Faith served as the Director for Strategy, Monitoring and Transformation at Sidian Bank. In this role, she was responsible for the unit’s digital transformation, including developing and executing strategies for growth and expansion, partnerships and quality performance. Faith also previously worked at SBM Bank as Head of Department – Retail and Institutional Banking, among other leadership roles from 2008 to 2016.

“It is a great privilege and honour to work with such a distinguished leader in the African fintech and payments space and one that continues to pioneer innovative solutions to meet the current and changing needs for businesses”, said Faith. “I am excited and confident that we can scale to greater heights in delivering high-quality services, build and develop strong relationships with our clients and partners in Kenya. I am also keen to diversify Cellulant’s portfolio into other sectors as business owners and organisations undergo rapid digitization.”

Founded in 2004, Cellulant provides a single digital payments platform that runs an ecosystem of consumers, retailers, merchants, banks, mobile network operators, Governments and International Development Partners. Today, Cellulant’s payments platform hosts 120 of the largest banks in Africa, 40 mobile money operators, 600 local and international merchants; and is connected to 220M consumers across 34 countries. Cellulant has an office presence in 18 African countries.


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