Nigerian Auto-tech, Autochek Expands Operations To Kenya, Uganda

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Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Autochek, Etop Ikpe

Furthering its expansion into the African market, Autochek has announced the signing of an agreement with ROAM Africa to acquire its Cheki Uganda and Cheki Kenya automotive marketplaces.

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AutoChek is an automotive technology company established in 2012 to build digital solutions for enhancing automotive commerce on the African continent.

An official statement from the technology company said the acquisition came one year after it acquired Cheki Nigeria and Ghana as part of its West Africa launch and it would leverage Cheki’s 10 years of experience to introduce additional technology solutions that would integrate the auto ecosystem and increase market adoption for auto loan financing.

Speaking on the development, the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Autochek, Etop Ikpe, noted that the acquisition was a welcome development, given ROAM Africa’s track record of operating and scaling some of sub-Saharan Africa’s classified marketplaces.

According to Ikpe, Autochek’s mandate is to accelerate the ability of African consumers to access better quality and affordable vehicles by providing access to financing, while also derisking the auto lending process for financial institutions.

He said, “We are long-time admirers and collaborators of the Cheki brand, and following today’s news, we intend to provide even more trust and transparency in East Africa’s automotive sector, leveraging the unique networks we are now joining together.”

On his part, the CEO of ROAM Africa, Clemens Weitz said across the world, there is a new evolution of digital automotive platforms, requiring deep specialisation specifically in Africa and he believes that Autochek is the one player with the best team and expertise to truly create a game-changing consumer experience.

“Our Cheki team has built a unique, market-leading brand and a truly remarkable business. Most importantly I want to thank everyone in the team who contributed to this success.

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Now we are excited to see that taken to the next level. Whilst this is good news for everyone directly involved, the ultimate benefactor will be African car buyers and sellers.” He added.

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