Kissi Agyebeng, The Newly Proposed Special Prosecutor

Kissi Agyebeng, The Newly Proposed Special Prosecutor
Kissi Agyebeng, The Newly Proposed Special Prosecutor

Information emanating from the sanctum sanctorum of government has it that private legal practitioner Mr. Kissi Agyebeng has been tipped to be the next Special Prosecutor.

If approved by Parliament, Mr Kissi Agyebeng will be replacing Mr Martin Amidu who resigned from his post last year.

Mr. Agyebeng has many years of legal experience and has been a counsel for notable personalities including Black Stars player Asamoah Gyan, ace investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas and a few others.

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He is currently occupying Special positions in the country.

He is currently the Chairman, Electronic Communications Tribunal, Ghana (since 2019), Notary public, the Republic of Ghana (since 2019), Vice-chairman, appeals committee, Ghana Football Association (2017-2018), Associate – African Center for Cyber Law and Cyber Crime Prevention (since 2010), National co-ordinator – Commonwealth Moot Court Competition on International Criminal Justice (since 2017), Former editor, Ghana Monthly Judgments (2008-2009).


University of Ghana School of Law, Legon (Since 2006)

Lecturer: Criminal law; international humanitarian law; international law; company law; commercial law; legal research and writing.

Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA), Faculty of Law, Greenhill (2013-2014)

Professional profile

Cornell Law School, Ithaca, New York

Master of Laws (LLM) – corporate law, securities regulation, international commercial arbitration, international economic relations (WTO), and international business transactions, received May 2006

Editor: Cornell LLM Newsletter

Schulich School of Law, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Master of Laws (LLM) – marine and environmental law, received May 2005

Ghana School of Law, Accra, Ghana

Professional Law Course (2001-2003)

Academic honour: E N Sowah Memorial Award for Best Student in Family Law

University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana

Bachelor of Laws (LLB), received May 2001.

Academic honours: First-class honours; Bentsi-Enchill Award for Best Graduating Law Student

Accra Academy, Accra, Ghana

GCE Ordinary level – 1994

GCE Advanced level – 1996

Lecturer: Criminal law

Central University College, Faculty of Law, Accra (2013)

Lecturer: Criminal law

Mountcrest University, Faculty of Law, Accra (2012)

Lecturer: Criminal law

Legon Centre for International Affairs and Diplomacy (LECIAD) – Ghana Armed Forces Staff College, Teshie, Accra (2011)

Lecturer: International humanitarian law

Regional Maritime University, Nungua, Accra (2009)

Adjunct lecturer: Law of the sea

Professional memberships

Admitted to the Ghana Bar in 2003

Member, Ghana Bar Association

(c) Investigation and prosecution of cases of alleged or suspected corruption and corruption-related offences involving public officers, politically exposed persons, and persons in the private sector involved in the commission of the offence under any other relevant law;

(d) recover and manage the proceeds of corruption;

(e) disseminate information gathered in the course of investigation to competent authorities and other persons the Office considers appropriate in connection with the offences specified in paragraphs (a) and (b).

The Office of Special Prosecutor is to further:

(f) co-operate and coordinate with competent authorities and other relevant local and international agencies in furtherance of the act; and

(g) receive and investigate complaints from a person on a matter that involves or may involve corruption and corruption-related offences.

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