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OVERVIEW OF THE NIGERIAN STARTUP ACT
In the last few years, Nigeria has experienced a rapid shift in technological growth and advancement impacting the
country’s economy positively through
unprecedented investment in the
According to the Nigerian Startup Ecosystem Report 2022, it was reported that Nigeria is Africa’s most popular investment destination, the report also revealed that between 2015 and 2022, 383 Nigerian tech Startups raised a total of $2Billion, higher than any other country.
It was recorded that in 2015, Nigerian startups raised a combined US$49,404,000, and as at the time of the publication in August 2022, Nigerian Startups have raised US$747,908,000 making for over 1400% increase in funds raised in the period. What is most fascinating is that Nigeria’s most valuable unicornFlutterwave attracted a 250-milliondollar Series D round funding a record high funding round.
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In the intricate tapestry of dispute resolution, arbitration is manifest as a nimble arbiter, carefully navigates disputes within an alternative jurisprudential realm.
The existence of a right to die via euthanasia, also known as mercy killing and assisted suicide, is a question that crosses geographical boundaries and legal systems. Globally, prevalent jurisprudences prohibit and criminalizes assisted suicide and euthanasia. However, due to improvements in medical technology that have significantly increased our capacity to sustain and lengthen human life well beyond what was previously attained, along with a corresponding expansion of human rights law, many nations, including Belgium, the Netherlands, etc., have legalized euthanasia and assisted suicide. As a matter of fact, Switzerland was the first Country in the world to legalize assisted suicide in 1941. The right to life is unquestionably recognized on universally. The core issue in the ongoing discussion over euthanasia is whether or not there is a countervailing argument.