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Limann A. Mohammed

Founder & Managing Solicitor


Phone +233 54 947 6767

Limann A. Mohammed has over sixteen (16) years cumulative experience in law practice, strategy development, business development, research, teaching, sales and marketing. He is the Managing Solicitor of LIMO@LAW.
Limann began his career as a Sales Executive and later joined Vodafone Ghana as a Corporate Sales Manager involved in Strategy Development, Business Development and Key Account Management with clear focus on Business-to-Business (B2B), Business-to-Consumer (B2C) and Business-Public Sector (B2P) transactions. He later joined Tigo Ghana as the Head of Corporate Sales and acted as Chief Business Officer prior to his exit of the telecommunication industry in February, 2018.

He obtained his Bachelor of Laws (LLB) from the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) Law School and was called to the Ghana Bar to practice as a trained Lawyer. He holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Marketing from the Wisconsin International University College, a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) in Agricultural Economics and Extension Communication from the University for Development Studies – Ghana, an International Diploma in Business Management and Administration from the Cambridge International College (CIC) – United Kingdom, and a Diploma in Telecoms and Business Studies from the Commonwealth Telecom Organization (CTO) – United Kingdom.

Limann pursued his pupilage with the prestigious Kulendi@Law and continued to work with the firm until his exit in February, 2021. He was involved in high profile commercial transactions and company law matters as well as general litigation.
Limann has keen interest and expertise in Commercial law, Corporate law, Labour law, Taxation, Intellectual Property law, Mining, Oil and Gas, International Arbitration, Telecoms and ICT (Communication) law, General Litigation and Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) transactions.