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By Muhammad Bello
Depending on the outcome of the crime committed against the Critical National Information Infrastructure, the offender shall be sentenced to death or sentenced to imprisonment for a minimum term of 15 years without option of fine.
This is part of the provisions of the Cybercrime Bill, 2013 forwarded to the House of Representatives last week by President Goodluck Jonathan.
More details to follow…
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