BLOCKCHAIN APPLICABILITY IN NIGERIA: REGULATION AND POLICY INFORMATION

Posted on 9 April 202128 July 2021Categories Articles, BlockchainTags , , , , , , , , , , ,   Leave a comment on BLOCKCHAIN APPLICABILITY IN NIGERIA: REGULATION AND POLICY INFORMATION

By  Lucky Kiine Esq.  BACKGROUND With well over 160 companies accepting bitcoins for both offline and online transactions, the world over, it is easy to figure out the disruptive capability of the Blockchain technology. These companies include Microsoft, Overstock, Newegg, Purse.io, Namecheap, Hosterbox, Wikipedia, CheapAir, Gyft, BMW, ExpressVPN, AT&T, Etsy, Shopify, bitcoin.travel, NordVPN, Rakuten, Egifter to name a few. The big tech companies have not only embraced bitcoin, they are now advocating for its general acceptability through their various platforms and services … Continue reading “BLOCKCHAIN APPLICABILITY IN NIGERIA: REGULATION AND POLICY INFORMATION”

AN OVERVIEW OF PLEA BARGAIN IN NIGERIA

Posted on 16 March 2021Categories Articles, criminal justice systemTags , , , , , , , , ,   Leave a comment on AN OVERVIEW OF PLEA BARGAIN IN NIGERIA

By Adesina Selimllah Abimbola Plea bargaining is a negotiation which takes place between an accused person and the prosecution where the former pleads guilty to some of the offences which he is charged (usually lesser offences) while the latter agrees in turn to drop one or more of the other offences with which the accused is charged; or the accused person may plead guilty to one or more offences in return for the prosecution conceding to a milder penalty. A plea … Continue reading “AN OVERVIEW OF PLEA BARGAIN IN NIGERIA”