When you do an INTRA-Africa transaction, which is NOT originating from the US, then the PLH has no say in the matter. They are not a party to the transaction and their platform is NOT configured or aligned to do Intra-Africa transactions. So ideally, I would like to respond to this question as “Not Applicable”.
However, if a transaction is originating from the United States to say Nigeria and the hub designate is Ghana (where the Tri-Party Correspondent Tie-Up Agreement has been signed with a licensed MTO), and the payout is being done to Nigeria then this is a perfectly legal transaction and the system (platform) simply sees this as a US-to-Nigeria transaction.
As cited above. The platform cannot be used independently of the original purpose for which it was created.
-  What is Remittance-As-A-Service (RaaS)?
-  What is a Tri-Party Correspondent Tie-Up Agreement
-  So You Want To Start A Money Transfer Service? (Remittance-as-a-Service)
-  How many Money Transmitter Licenses do I require if I have to do business in the US?
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