ELECTRONICALLY GENERATED EVIDENCE UNDER THE NIGERIAN EVIDENCE ACT: ADMISSIBLE OR INADMISSIBLE

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Since computers and other electronic storage devices took over business in Nigeria there have been this argument that electronically generated evidence is not admissible under Nigerian law. The purpose of this document is to show that though the Act is out dated there provisions in the Act that allows electronically generated evidence to be admissible in Nigeria

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