The Securities and Exchange Commission recently released a statement on digital assets. In this piece, @philkingenyioma dives deep into what it might mean for the future of cryptocurrency regulation in Nigeria.
Nigeria’s Finance Minister, Zainab Ahmed, recently mandated foreign companies to pay an income tax as long as they get paid for services rendered in the country. Techpoint Africa legal and policy columnist, Enyioma Madubuike shares insights on the decision
As startups look to soften the blows of the ongoing pandemic, they keep asking whether they can avoid obligations under existing contracts. Techpoint legal and policy columnist, Enyioma Madubuike, answers some of the most frequent legal questions.
As the March 15 deadline for NITDA’s data protection compliance approaches, Techpoint legal and policy columnist, Enyioma Madubuike shares how Nigerian tech companies can avoid drastic regulatory sanctions.
Techpoint Legal and Policy columnist, Enyioma Madubuike explores the legality of the recent ban on online motorcycle hailing services from major highways in Lagos, and possible avenues for a compromise.
Techpoint Legal and Policy columnist, Enyioma Madubuike sheds light on the impending tax turf war, between federal and state governments, that has been set in motion as a result of Nigeria’s new Finance Act, and how it might affect startups
In light of Nigeria’s proposed social media bill, guest contributor, Enyioma Madubuike, a legal consultant, shares insights on why the Nigerian government should not attempt to suppress free speech online.
In this guest contribution by legal consultant Enyioma Madubuike, he attempts to provide practical considerations about the NDPR compliance process for companies looking to make a decision and other stakeholders involved.
This piece aims to provide a quick guide for Nigerian companies who may be caught by the GDPR but do not know