Flutterwave, valued at more than $3 billion and backed by B Capital Group and Tiger Global Management LLC, had its bank accounts in Kenya frozen under anti-money laundering rules and the central bank said it isn’t licensed to operate payments services in the country. The company has also been struggling with allegations in the media and lawsuits — including claims of refusing former employees stock rights, harassment and bullying — casting doubts over its IPO plans.

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