Nigerian Navy arrests 4 vessels

Nigerian Navy arrests 4 vessels laden with 2m litres of illegally refined diesel
by  Joseph Omotayo
The authorities of the Central Naval Command (CNC) of the Nigerian Navy have arrested four different vessels carrying about 2 million litres suspected to be illegally refined diesel.
Rear Admiral Saidu Suleiman Garba, the Flag Officer Commanding (FOC) of CNC, on Wednesday, July 3, said that the four vessels were arrested at various locations in Brass local government area in Bayelsa state, The Nation reports.
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