A bit about me 


Lolan Ekow Sagoe-Moses is a lawyer specialising in Dispute Regulations and Investigations, currently based in Dubai. In addition to his legal practice, Lolan is an open governance activist dedicated to improving transparency and the rule of law in Africa. He acted as the lead applicant in the case Lolan Sagoe-Moses & Six Others v. Minster of Transport & Attorney-General which affirmed the Right to Information in Ghana. This case was recently included in Columbia's Global Freedom of Expression project as well as UN Human Rights Council’s 2017 National Report on Ghana. He is a member of the Citizen Ghana Movement and former Research Lead for Odekro, where he led the creation of the  first comprehensive assessment of the 6th Parliament of Ghana’s 4th Republic. He has previously consulted for the IMANI Centre for Policy and Education and the African Leadership Network. In 2019, Lolan was named a Future of Ghana Pioneer and Africa 35 under 35 Laureate. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia, University of Leeds School of Law, and BPP School of Law.

His personal mission is to bring effective governance closer to Africa’s people by advocating for African governments that are accountable to the people they serve. He is a champion of community, integrity, and transparency.