Nigeria: Navy, police reunite, partner on maritime security

Anthony Ubong, Calabar
IN what seemed like a reunion after a bloody clash, which claimed the lives of some security operatives, the Nigeria Navy and the Police in Calabar, the Cross River State capital, have resolved to join forces in order to tackle the nefarious activities of sea pirates operating along the Calabar channels.
Addressing officers of the Nigeria Navy, Police, Army and other para-military officers who participated in the maiden edition of the Nigeria Armed Forces quarterly road match in Calabar at the weekend, Flag Officer Commanding (FOC) of the Eastern Naval command, Rear Admiral Victor Adedipe, stressed the need for security agencies to close ranks in order to effectively tackle the menace of sea robbery in her territorial waters.
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