Ghana: Jumia appoints Temidayo Ojo as new CEO

Jumia, Africa’s leading e-commerce platform, has appointed Temidayo Ojo as the new Chief Executive Officer for its operations in Ghana.

He takes over the leadership mantle from former CEO, Sunil Natraj who is taking up a new role as the

CEO of Jumia Nigeria.

“I am honoured and thrilled to take on the role of CEO at Jumia Ghana. Having been part of this

incredible journey at Jumia, I have witnessed firsthand the remarkable potential and unwavering

dedication of our team.

“My commitment is steadfast to steer Jumia Ghana towards continued growth, expanding our market reach, and ensuring that every customer experience is nothing short of exceptional.

Our focus remains on innovation, seamless service delivery, and fostering strong partnerships that will elevate not only our platform but also the e-commerce landscape in Ghana,” said Temidayo Ojo upon his appointment.

Temidayo brings to the role extensive leadership experience, boasting over a decade in project management, commercial sales, and strategic business development.

He joined Jumia in 2020, as the Head of Planning and Performance before moving on to become the Chief Commercial Officer in Ghana and has honed his expertise in crafting and executing transformative strategies within the e-commerce, retail, and consumer goods sectors.

His career trajectory showcases a stellar journey – pioneering e-commerce strategies, optimising financial performance, and spearheading large-scale commercial transformations.

Temidayo Ojo is equipped with an MBA in Finance, Strategy, and Consulting from IESE Business School, complemented by a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from the University of Lagos.

He looks forward to fostering growth within Jumia’s operations in Ghana while collaborating closely with all stakeholders to ensure partner development and consumer satisfaction as the company charts towards profitability.

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