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Amina Ibrahim

Managing Associate


Amina Ibrahim is a Managing Associate who manages the firm’s Abuja practice.

Her specializations are general corporate advisory practice, mergers & acquisitions, immigration, and real estate matters.

She specialises in providing legal solutions to clients appearing before governmental agencies, legislative bodies, panels of investigation, and law enforcement agencies.

She regularly interfaces with regulatory agencies on behalf of clients. She has a vast array of the network in government regulatory agencies.


Managing Associate, Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie
Senior Associate, Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie
Associate, Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie
Associate, J. B. Majiyagbe & Co.
Intern, Edo State House of Assembly


Nigerian Law School, BL
Ahmadu Bello University, LL.B

Professional Membership

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Mergers, Acquisitions and Restructuring

UUBO is pleased to have advised Tangerine Life Insurance Limited and ARM Life PLC on the merger of both companies. The merger is expected to improve the positioning of the Enlarged Tangerine Life Limited in the life insurance sector, creating a stronger player with a larger retail footprint and an increased underwriting capacity.

UUBO’s Mergers and Acquisitions and Private Equity team that advised on this deal was led by our Partner, Ozofu ‘Latunde Ogiemudia and included team members Amina Ibrahim, Faridah Orimobi, Tobechi Nwokocha, Chisom Okolie and Bolaji Odekunle with support from our litigation team members, Olukayode Dada, Chisom Ndubuisi and Titilola Olatunde-Fasogbon.

To learn more about UUBO’s Mergers and Acquisitions work, email and visit

Private Equity

We are pleased to have advised the lead investor, SoftBank’s Vision Fund 2 on its participation in the US$400 million Series C Investment in Opay, one of Nigeria’s leading mobile payments companies.

The UUBO transaction advisory team was led by our Corporate, Private Equity and M&A teams partner, @latundeo with support from, a senior associate with the team. Other key team members included Managing Associate and Abuja office head, @amina_f_ibrahim, as well as associates, @pamelaskyes, @officially_bond and @tobechee_. The UUBO team worked with a cross-border group of advisers.

For more information about our private equity and venture capitalist transaction advisory practice, please email us at

Capital Markets

Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie’s Capital Markets team and its Mergers & Acquisitions team have advised on the consolidation of the BUA Group’s sugar, flour, pasta, rice, and oil businesses into BUA Foods PLC, and on the subsequent listing by introduction of the shares of BUA Foods PLC in the consumer goods sector of the Main Board of Nigerian Exchange Limited, with the trading symbol “BUAFoods”, adding, as a result, N720 billion to the market capitalisation of Nigerian Exchange Limited.

The Capital Markets team that advised on the listing was led by Yinka Edu and included Ekundayo Onajobi, Lisa Esamah, Ikenna Edeh, and Dumebi Anike-Nweze.

The M&A team that advised on the consolidation included Yinka Edu, Folake Elias-Adebowale, Amina Ibrahim, Ekundayo Onajobi, Temi Okeowo, Mesuabari Mene-Josiah, Uju Ude and Bond Eke-Okpara. For information about UUBO and our offerings, please visit or email us at

Power, Infrastructure and Projects

UUBO’s Energy and Projects team have advised Geometric Power Limited in connection with (1) the US$50 million new debt funding provided by African Export and Import Bank (“Afrexim Bank”), (2) the debt restructuring of a facility of more than USD 500 million provided by three Nigerian lenders to Geometric Power Aba Limited (an affiliate of Geometric Power Limited), (3) the Aba Integrated Power Project (“Aba IPP”), and (4) the investment in the Aba Power Plant Project by equity investors who provided an aggregate amount of USD 19 million in new equity funding.

The Aba IPP is the most impactful and significant power sector project closing following the conclusion of the Azura transaction in 2015 and the power sector privatization in 2013. It is an integrated power island that has its own generation assets and its own distribution assets to serve a population of approximately 2 million people within 9 Local Government Areas in Abia State.

The transaction will lead to the creation of the 12th electricity distribution company in Nigeria and the establishment of a fully integrated utility by Geometric Group, having its own distribution network, an embedded generation facility and a dedicated 27-kilometre pipeline that will supply natural gas to the power plant. The BPE handed over the Aba IPP to Geometric today, Wednesday, 16th February 2022.

The UUBO team was led by Energy and Projects Partners Nicholas Okafor and Onyinye Okafor, with support from Amina Ibrahim (Managing Associate), Victor Samuel (Senior Associate), as well as Chisom Okolie, Maryam Salami, Uchechukwu Ajala, Oluwatobi Akintayo, Godson Iwuozo and Opeyemi Adeshina (Associates).

For more information about UUBO, its teams and our full-service offerings, including in Power, Projects and Infrastructure, please contact us at

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