Representative Yusuf Gagdi, the Chairman of the Committee, expressed their displeasure on Monday in Abuja.
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A statement by the Director of Information, Navy Headquarters, Commodore Suleman Dahun, confirmed this.
Irabor said the exercise, codenamed: “Exercise Sky Lock,” was built around contemporary, realistic and real-time security event in Nigeria.
The late Kanu a former Military Administrator of Lagos and Imo States, died on January 13, 2021 at the age of 77.
The deceased is the former Military Administrator of Lagos and Imo.
He said Lagos State Government will continue to have a robust security architecture with the Nigerian Navy and other security agencies for security of lives and prosperity of the citizens.
PRNigeria gathered that the relocation followed the approval of the Nigerian Navy Board at its most recent meeting.
National Coordinator, NCCSAWL, Maj-Gen. Abba Dikko (rtd), sought ties with the agencies when he paid separate courtesy visits to the leaders of the agencies.
The commander said that the arrests were made by the NNS BEECROFT patrol team during a routine Harbour patrol.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the course, which commenced in September 2020, has 22 participants from the Nigerian Army, 25, from the Nigerian Navy and 11 from the Nigerian Air Force.
The platforms and equipment, donated by Aiteo Global Group, are 21 gunboats, 14 operational patrol boats, seven house boats and four air boats.
The officers were said to have been abducted on the Sapele-Warri road while travelling to Delta from Kaduna State.
The Flag Officer Commanding, Eastern Naval Command, Rear Admiral Sanusi Ibrahim, said this on Monday.
The Commander, NNS Delta, Commodore Abdulhamid Baba-Inna, released the vessels to the owners on Friday.
The resolution followed the adoption of a motion of urgent public importance by Rep Ben Igbakpa (PDP-Delta).
Naval Director of Information (DINFO), Commodore Suleman Dahun, told newsmen that there is a purported list of supplementary candidates in the Nigerian Navy recruitment exercise trending online, and amplified by an online newspaper.
Speaking at the programme, Commander of the hospital, Capt. Uchenna Okeke, said that the initiative was one of the ways through which the navy was reaching out to the poor and the needy in the society.
The Kaduna State Commissioner of Internal Security and Home Affairs, Samuel Aruwan, announced this in a statement in Kaduna.
Naval forces said the diesel was stored in four tanker trucks and another unspecified quantity of diesel were kept inside hundreds of sacks
The operation was led by Commander NBLC, Commodore Alexander Bingel, according to a statement signed by Commodore Suleman Dahun