Kenya: Flutterwave Denies Money Laundering and Fraud Allegations Following Accounts Freeze By Kenyan Court

Flutterwave has come out to deny the fraud and money laundering claims leveled against it by Kenya’s Asset Recovery Agency, which investigates and recovers proceeds of crime.

This is after a total of $52.5 million in 62 accounts linked to Flutterwave and six other companies that are recipients of wire transfers from the fintech were blocked by the country’s pinnacle court, after the agency applied to have them frozen.


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