Navy seeks more effective collaboration

Navy seeks more effective collaboration between agencies to tackle crime in Rivers
By Desmond Ejibas
Bonny – The Nigerian Navy has called for more effective collaboration between security agencies and the people to tackle crime in Rivers.
The navy decried the upsurge in criminality across various communities and on waterways, express optimisms that it would be successful, if the residents were fully involved. Capt. Kolawole Oguntuga, the Commanding Officer, Forward Operating Base, Bonny, made the call on Thursday at the inauguration of a free medical outreach on Thursday in Bonny Local Government Area of Rivers.
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Source: sundiatapost.com

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