Nigerian Navy confirms drastic reduction in Maritime crimes

By Abel Krabee
WorldStage Newsonline– Nigeria’s Chief of the Naval Staff, Vice Admiral Ibok-Ette Ibas has confirmed that there has been a drastic reduction in maritime crimes, especially illegal bunkering, crude oil theft and piracy on the country’s waterways.
Represented by the Flag Officer Commanding (FOC) of the Command, Rear Admiral James Oluwole during the ceremonial sunset and end of year ball of the Nigerian Navy at the Eastern Naval Command (ENC) Headquarters in Calabar at the weekend, Ibas said their story had been that of a determined forward leap in spite of numerous challenges and evolving security and political environments.
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Source: worldstagegroup.com

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