Though this could be seen as a way to prevent corruption, Nigerian citizens are also worried that this could be an attempt to restrict internet freedom. Similar to the SOPA scandal in America, this bill would allow the government to fine people for voicing their opinion. The situation of a simple bill gradually becomes something much more complex. This bill brings into question the role of Nigeria’s government, and the trust that people put into it. Nigerian politics have been known to be highly corrupt for years, with conditions finally improving under the supervision of President Buhari. Even with political stability becoming a more feasible goal, there have been too many military coups and mass embezzlement for the civilians to lay their trust in the system just yet. This internet censorship bill is testing the fragile boundaries, seeing just how willing Nigeria’s people is to allow their leaders into their digital lives.