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Ghanaian Partner at AB & David Africa dies after training session for scuba diving in Dubai

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The late Nana Serwah Godson-Amamoo

Prominent Private Legal Practitioner at leading law firm, AB & David Africa, Nana Serwah Godson-Amamoo has been reported dead in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates.

Reports by Asaaseradio indicates that Godson-Amamoo died shortly after partaking in a training session ahead of a scuba diving exercise.

She is reported to have informed those around her of an uneasy feeling five minutes into her preparations for the training session for the planned scuba diving.

Scuba diving is a mode of underwater diving in which divers use breathing equipment that is completely independent of a surface breathing gas supply, and therefore have limited variable endurance.

The experienced lawyer is reported to have collapsed shortly after the session and later passed away.

Although it is not yet clear when the experienced lawyer died, an old student of Archbishop Porter Girls, Nana Serwah Amaniapong made a multiple post on Facebook on Friday, March 29 to mourn the death of Godson-Amamoo

Nana Serwah who was a partner in the AB & David Africa’s Natural Resources and Extractive Industries Practice Group has over 19 years of experience in energy and the extractive industries.

She is reported to have represented clients on natural resources, energy, mining, and other extractive-related matters.

Her expertise involved advise on all legal and strategic aspects of the energy and extractives business including acquisitions, deal structuring, negotiation support and implementation, project development, joint ventures, and local content matters within these sectors.

Ms Godson-Amamoo also headed the firm’s Government Business and Regulation Practice Group, where she consulted on public sector organizational and policy reform assignments.

She assisted African governments with the development of industry legislation, capacity building, and support for the improvement of systems and people.

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