Cellulant, with physical operations in 18 African countries, has emerged as a Pan-African fintech and a major driver of the emerging ecosystem.
Over the last ten years, Nigeria has made progress toward a cashless economy, intending to lower the rate and high cost of cash handling, expand financial inclusion, and foster transparency.
26 Sep 2022
Chief Executive Officer of Cellulant, a pan-African financial technology (fintech) company driving financial inclusion, Akshay Grover, has charged the continent to consider the adoption of a local currency as a medium of exchange
27 Sep 2021
The beauty of Africa is that it is ahead of the rest of the world in payment system. When the rest of the world was still doing credit/debit cards, Africa went ahead with mobile payment.
9 Sep 2019
The Green Alternative, a policy and strategy document of the Federal Ministry of Agriculture says, “The new policy regime, tagged the Agriculture Promotion Policy (APP), is founded...
10 Jan 2019
Cellulant, a leading digital payments provider, has described economic opportunities and capital investments as critical to the success of sub-Saharan Africa economy. This statement was attributed to the Co-founders and Co-Chief Executive Officers’ of Cellulant, Bolaji Akinboro, and Ken Njoroge, at the just-concluded, Global Endeavor Gala in New York City, where they represented the founder…
18 May 2018
The Rise Fund, a global impact investing fund managed by growth equity platform TPG Growth, has announced that it has signed an agreement to acquire a stake in Cellulant, a leading digital payments provider that reaches 40 million people across 11 African countries.
16 Apr 2017
Smallholder Farmers, cutting across 30 states of the country, stand to benefit from the $100m micro loans, as Cellulant, an award-winning mobile commerce company...