Oil Bunkering: Navy Nabs Operators Along Calabar Water Channel

Some Nigerians and foreign nationals operating illegal oil deal have been arrested by the Nigerian Navy Ship, (NNS) for allegedly diverting 22 metric tones of diesel in an illegal Ship To Ship (STS) transfer along the Calabar water channel.
The vessel, NV Princess Oge, according to the Navy brought the product from offshore Lome to deliver to a tank farm in Calabar before it was intercepted by men of the service on patrol.
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