Founder of Ghana Fintech Startup KudiGo, Kingsley Abrokwah, Leaves CEO Role

Kingsley Abrokwah, the founder of Ghanaian fintech startup KudiGo, has announced his decision to step down from the role of CEO of the company. The announcement was made via a LinkedIn post where Mr. Abrokwah expressed his intentions to transition to a non-executive director role within KudiGo.

In his post, Mr. Abrokwah assured that despite stepping down as CEO, he will remain actively involved with KudiGo in his new capacity. He emphasized his commitment to the company’s vision and continued support for its growth and success.

As part of this transition, KudiGo is expected to announce a new CEO in the coming days. Additionally, the company will unveil its new brand identity, signaling a new chapter in its development and growth trajectory.

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KudiGO, since its inception in 2018, has been offering an integrated, mobile-based retail solution encompassing payments, accounting, and analytics tailored for the consumer retail industry. The company’s innovative platform has garnered attention and support, evident from its seed funding round of $300,000 announced during its official launch.

Expanding beyond its Ghanaian roots, KudiGo ventured into the Nigerian market in 2020 and has further ambitions to penetrate the East African market. With a strong foundation and strategic vision, KudiGo continues to position itself as a leading player in the fintech industry, driving innovation and empowering retailers across Africa.

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