The advancement of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) opens new avenues and ways for cybercriminals to commit crime. The primary goal of this paper is to raise awareness regarding gaps that exist with regards to Nigeria’s capabilities to adequately legislate, investigate and prosecute cases of cybercrimes. The major source of cybercrime legislation in Nigeria is an act of the National Assembly which is majorly a symbolic legislation rather than a full and active legislation. In perusing these avenues of inquiry, the authors seek to identify systemic impediments which hinder law enforcement agencies, prosecutors, and investigators from properly carrying out their duties as expected.
Mohammed, Kabiru H.; Mohammed, Yusuf D.; and Solanke, Abiodun A.
"Cybercrime and Digital Forensics: Bridging the gap in Legislation, Investigation and Prosecution of Cybercrime in Nigeria,"
International Journal of Cybersecurity Intelligence & Cybercrime: 2(1), 56-63.
Available at: https://vc.bridgew.edu/ijcic/vol2/iss1/5
Copyright © 2019 Kabiru H. Mohammed, Yusuf D. Mohammed, and Abiodun A. Solanke