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Pamela Onah



Pamela Onah is an Associate and a member of the firm’s corporate and commercial team. Since joining the firm, she has been involved in a wide range of matters, including general corporate advisory and litigation.


Associate, Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie
Intern, Obla & Co


Nigerian Law School, BL
Bournemouth University, LL.B

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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

Banking and Finance

Lagos State is the chief commercial and financial center of Nigeria, however, the state’s productivity is threatened by an inadequate transportation system to cater to its dense population of over 22 million people, heavy traffic and associated carbon pollution.

Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie is delighted to have advised International Finance Corporation (“IFC”) on its sustainable loan of the Naira equivalent of USD 50 million to the Lagos State Government for financing the development, construction, and rehabilitation of two Quality Bus Corridors totaling 8 kilometers to be implemented by Lagos Metropolitan Area Transport Authority. In line with sustainable development goals, this impact investment aims to provide a sustainable transportation system in the megacity, ease the pressure on road traffic, and drastically reduce carbon emissions. The transaction also marks IFC’s first financing to a sub-national in Nigeria as part of its objective to achieve sustainable growth in developing countries.

The team was led by partners Nicholas Okafor, Yinka Edu, Onyinye Okafor, Joseph Eimunjeze and included Victor Samuel, Pamela Onah, Chisom Okolie and Maryam Salami.

Mergers, Acquisitions and Restructuring, Power, Infrastructure and Projects, Private Equity

Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie is pleased to have advised LeapFrog Investments on its strategic investment, with Tana Africa Capital, in Interswitch, one of Africa’s leading technology-driven companies focused on the digitisation of payments. The investment is expected to assist in supporting Interswitch’s drive to advance the payment ecosystem across Africa.

A portion of the investment has been acquired from existing shareholders, with Ignite Holdco Limited, made up of Helios Investment Partners and TA Associates, remaining the largest shareholder in the business following the transaction. More information about the transaction is available to read here:

Our transaction team was led by private equity and M&A team partner, Folake Elias-Adebowale, with principal support from associates Bond Eke-Okpara, Aanu Odunaike and Precious David and additional support from Babatunde Olayinka, Pamela Onah, Dami Adedoyin and Chigor Weli-Igwe.

For more information about UUBO’s Private Equity, M&A, Energy, and other market-leading practice area offerings, please visit our website at

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