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Kenya: SasaPay Gains Recognition As Digital Payment Provider

SasaPay, a digital payments service provider, has been recognized as Africa’s Best Emerging Digital Payment Provider of the Year.

InstinctWave, the organizers of ADEA and publishers of Digital Economy magazine, highlighted that the award serves as a catalyst, encouraging SasaPay to continue driving innovation, inclusivity, and sustainability in the digital economy.

“This recognition is a testament to our commitment to revolutionising digital payments and fostering financial inclusion. We are dedicated to providing innovative solutions that cater to the diverse needs of our customers,”said Daniel Njoroge, Chief Operating Officer of SasaPay.

InstinctWave is an ISO Certified organization with strict compliance to global ethics.

SasaPay clinched the award just two months after unveiling a new strategy aimed at expanding its customer base in both Kenya and the diaspora market.

SasaPay’s latest strategy centers on delivering advanced and smooth financial solutions, prioritizing a secure payment experience for a diverse range of businesses.

This includes players in the financial services sector such as banks, Saccos, and digital lenders, as well as SMEs in general trade, healthcare facilities, educational institutions, transport sector players, agricultural enterprises, and manufacturers.

SasaPay aims to position Kenya as the entry point to Africa by building a strong financial ecosystem. The company has interconnected SasaPay with a variety of global payment gateways, empowering users on the platform to seamlessly engage in business or payment transactions with individuals worldwide, regardless of their location.

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