Keseena Chengadu

Keseena Chengadu: Attorney with Centurion LLP
  • Associate Attorney at Centurion LLP (36 Attorneys)
  • Parques de Africa, Barrio Caracolas, Malabo, Equatorial Guinea 00000
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Keseena is an Associate Attorney in our Malabo office where her practice involves serving as a legal adviser to the Ministry of Mines, Industry and Energy alongside Centurion. Originally her career began in a French law firm in Mauritius, wherefrom she eventually moved on to become a legal advisor and director of several local and multinational companies based in Mauritius. To date, she remains on the board of many of those companies.Briefly, prior to joining Centurion, she was a university lecturer in corporate law in Mauritius. Keseena graduated from the University of Mauritius in Law and management and holds a master in International Business Law from the University of Central Lancashire in the United Kingdom.

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+240-222-781-613  Phone
+1-647-308-6325  Phone
+1 71 3893 4669  Phone

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