Jumia Kenya CEO Betty Mwangi Exits, replaced by Juan Seco

Betty Mwangi is leaving Jumia. She has served as CEO for the Kenya branch since November 2021. Jumia says she’s leaving to pursue “another big impact opportunity that has presented itself”.

She is being replaced by Juan Seco. Jumia says Juan has been with Jumia Kenya since 2015 when he joined the company as the Chief Financial Officer. In 2017 Juan became the founding team of JumiaPay as the Chief Operating Officer.

He oversaw the expansion and deployment of JumiaPay across Jumia Markets.

In 2019, he was named Senior Vice President of Consumer Financial Services leading fintech initiatives and the JumiaPay App, which is now available in eight countries.


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