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AO2LAW is a world-class law firm established to help clients achieve success through practical and innovative legal solutions. We think proactively thereby efficiently managing present and future business challenges. Through practical and innovative legal solutions we help our clients thrive in their business; delivering dependable services across our practices and in all matters we undertake.

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We provide legal services in defined practice areas to Clients in varying sectors. We set out our currently available practice areas and the sectors in which we have considerable experiences

How we work​

We are convinced that we can be of service to you in ways and manners that may currently be inconceivable to you. A meeting with us will surely help address this. Accordingly, we request that you reach out to us, even as are not relenting in winning your business.

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Energy

MINING ROYALTIES IN NIGERIA – WHO HAS THE TAXING POWERS?

In a recent development, the Federal Government of Nigeria issued a stern warning to states and local governments, cautioning them against the collection of royalties and taxes from licensed miners operating within their jurisdictions. This decision has elicited discussions on which tier of government has the taxing power to collect mining royalties. This briefing note provides an analysis as to which tier of government has taxing powers with respect to mining royalties in Nigeria.

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Corporate

THE MTN + GLOBACOM BREAKUP AND MAKEUP: REGULATORY REVIEW OF INTERACTIONS BETWEEN TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMPANIES IN NIGERIA

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC or the Commission) on January 8, 2024 via a Pre-Disconnection Notice (the Notice) of same date notified the general public, including Nigerian subscribers to Globacom of its approval of the Partial Disconnection of Globacom to MTN Nigeria (MTN). According to the Notice, this disconnection was in accordance with Section 100 of the Nigerian Communication Act, 2003 as well as Paragraph 9 of the Guidelines on Procedure for Granting Approval to Disconnect Telecommunications Operators, 2012. This Partial Disconnection was expected to commence from January 19, 2024 and would effectively discontinue outbound calls from Globacom to MTN, allowing only for inbound calls from MTN users to Glo subscribers.

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Energy

GREEN MINING IN NIGERIA: LEGAL LANDSCAPE AND RENEWABLE ENERGY CONTRIBUTIONS

Nigeria, a country endowed with abundant mineral resources, stands at the crossroads of a critical junction – the mining sector. As the nation grapples with the complexities of harnessing its mineral wealth, there emerges a compelling need to scrutinize the legal dimensions governing mining activities and explore avenues for aligning the sector with the global shift towards renewable energy in a bid to achieve net zero emissions by 2060.

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