Flutterwave, Africas most valuable startup, has disclosed its intention to establish an office in Nairobi, Kenya, as it seeks to expand services in East Africa.
The payments giant has had its fair share of trouble with the Kenyan government and has yet to receive a license to operate fully in the country.
Flutterwaves chief regulatory and government relations officer, Oluwabankole Falade, revealed this during last weeks third American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) Business Summit held in Nairobi.
The attendance recorded the participation of more than 500 East African and American delegates.
East African delegates, a senior US government delegation, US investors convened by the US Department of Commerce, the US Chamber of Commerces Africa Business Center, and East African businesses and officials, sets to chart new paths for enhanced US commercial engagement with Kenya and the East Africa Region.
We recognize the invaluable role Kenya plays in the East African region and the countrys businessfriendly environment and digital capability, said Mr Falade. As a business with African roots and headquartered in San Francisco, we are aware of the importance of empowering the small business owners, an objective shared by the Kenyan administration.
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