Sena Abla Agbekoh

Sena Abla Agbekoh

Associate Partner

Ghana

Languages

English



Education/Bar Membership

Bachelor of Arts (BA) (Philosophy and Linguistics)
Bachelor of Laws, (LLB) University of Ghana
Barrister-at-Law, (BL) Ghana School of Law
Member, International Bar Association, Ghana Bar Association and American Bar Association

Sena has worked on diverse tasks including advising Clients on establishments in Ghana as well as statutory compliance matters. She has also undertaken several tasks, relating to Energy, Infrastructure and PPP. Prior to joining AB & David, she worked in a major IT firm for a few years where she worked primarily on projects subject to Ghana’s Public Procurement law.
  • Advisory services on the acquisition of the assets of an oil and gas company engaged in the distribution and marketing of petroleum products in the downstream industry
  • Provision of Ghana law advice to Google on a multi-jurisdictional restructuring and acquisition of shares in selected countries in Africa.
  • Design of a PPP Structure (Extraction of Underground Water Resources) for Earth Water Global
  • Advice on the supply of 450MW emergency power badges to the Government of Ghana to address the current energy crisis in Ghana
  • Advisory services on the construction of a landfill gas extraction, flaring, and power generation plant, and the review of Power Purchase Agreement between private party and a public party in Ghana
  • Project formation and construction advisory for the construction of US$700 million water infrastructure for the production and transportation of potable water.
  • Provision of transaction advisory services for the engagement of private partner for the development of mixed use facility/office complex
  • A PPP arrangement for the development of a 48.66 acres of land into a mixed use residential and commercial complex under a design, build, finance and operate arrangement.
  • Team Member 100MW solar PV project in Northern Ghana

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