Telecoms Marketplace Analysis
Telecommunications is fast becoming a dominating industry in Ghana. As operators continue to invest in high-speed networks and competition between mobile phone providers intensifies, the future for the communications sector is showing strong promise and we list five practitioners, an increase on last year, who are highly skilled in this sector.
Raymond Codjoe, founder of R A Codjoe Law Offices, has a “world-class standard” that “exceeds clients’ expectations”. He helped to draft Ghana’s Electronic Transactions Act, its National Information Technology Agency Act and the National Communications Authority Act in 2005.
Also at his own firm, Kwame Agati is commended for his “dedication to developing the telecommunications sector in Ghana”. He advises clients on strategic action plans for the export of ICT products and also acts as external counsel to several Ghana-based companies.
Susan Barbara Adjorkor Kumapley, head of the TMT group at Bentsi-Enchill Letsa & Ankomah, is an “undisputed expert” in the field and “certainly has the know-how” when it comes to this sector.
At Gaisie Zwennes Hughes & Co, Charles Zwennes is known for his “valuable experience” in the corporate and telecommunications sectors.
David Adade-Boafo from Lexkudoz Legal Consultants & Notaries Public is a “talented litigator”, known for his “strong interest” in the sector.