• CYBER CRIME, PROSTITUTION AND RITUALS IN NIGERIA: THE DEBACLE OF A NATION

    Author(s):
    Joseph Ikhenoba (see profile)
    Date:
    2023
    Subject(s):
    Criminal law, Nobel Prize winners, Law reviews, Psychology, Economic policy
    Item Type:
    Article
    Permanent URL:
    https://doi.org/10.17613/gpcd-bj43
    Abstract:
    Nigeria is among the countries in the world where prostitution, rituals, and cybercrimes are on the rise. Every day, large crowds of young people participate in these behaviors. These horrible deeds have evolved into "survival mode" under a flawed economic structure. The educational system and the nation's reputation abroad are both being severely impacted by this. The nation was listed as one of the top ten countries in the world for rising cybercrime in 2023. The populace attributes it to high rates of inflation, underemployment or unemployment, prejudice against certain races and religions in the distribution of jobs and resources, poverty, etc. Indeed, many people have been compelled into prostitution as a result of rising college tuition costs. While some college students from low-income families must make an effort to live, others take on either as a luxury or to feed their family. Furthermore, cybercrime has evolved into blood rituals and other demonic acts, necessitating immediate change. We took into account the causes, impacts, and future directions of this research project. To investigate cybercrime, prostitution, rituals, and other immoral activities in our society, this research is vital. KEYWORDS: survival, implementation, inflation, economic, prostitution, diabolic.
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