The Committee chaired by Adejoro Adeogun (APC, Ondo) raised concern over the discrepancies noticed in the documents submitted by the Nigerian Navy which showed that 48 vessels and 12 barges were handed over to the EFCC, whereas only 36 vessels and one barges out of the number reflected in the documents EFCC submitted to the committee.
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According to naval spokesman, Commodore Suleman Dahun, the decision followed the sad demise of the Chief of Army Staff Lieutenant General Ibrahim Attahiru, some senior officers, other officers and personnel in the air crash of May 21, 2021 in Kaduna.
A joint statement by NIMASA, the Nigerian Navy, and ICC Yaoundé said GOG-MCF/SHADE, which was purposed to facilitate shared awareness and deconfliction of activities in the Gulf of Guinea, “will be open to all GOG countries with similar capacities to join on a voluntary basis.”
The retreat began on Monday.
The Governor regretted that the MOU the Navy signed before his assumption of office was “abused”, saying his administration is ready to right the wrongs and prevent a recurrence while various corrective measures had already been taken on the violations.
Dr. Munirat Afolayan, Head of Public Health Department at the NNRH, disclosed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Thursday in Lagos.
The officers comprise of 42 officers in the Naval Warfare Course and 47 officers in the Command Level Officers Course.
The Chairman of CLO in Anambra State, Vincent Ezekwueme, told NAN in Enugu that the actions were condemnable and “highly terrifying”
The Director of Information, Naval Headquarters, Commodore Suleman Dahun, announced this in a statement on Thursday in Abuja.
They include 60 rear admirals, 123 commodores and 74 captains
The Director-General of NIMASA, Dr. Bashir Jamoh, made the announcement in a statement on Sunday.
Commodore Abdulmajid Ibrahim, Commander, NNS Jubilee, disclosed this to newsmen on Thursday at the Jubilee Base in Ikot Abasi.
The Kaduna State Commissioner for Internal Security and Home Affairs, Samuel Aruwan, said this in a statement on Saturday.
Navy Capt. Shuaibu Muhammed-Ahmed, the Commanding Officer, FOB, parading the suspects in Igbokoda, told newsmen that the men were apprehended on Jan. 13 at 4.00pm during the Navy personnel’s routine patrol on Ondo-Lagos open sea channel.
The accident, which occurred on December 27, 2020, saw a boat conveying 12 passengers capsize due to heavy wave caused by another boat transiting the same area at about 8:10pm, leaving their occupants scampering for help.
The equipment is to enable the navy to upgrade the anti-piracy and nautical security functions of the country’s Regional Maritime Awareness Capability (RMAC).
The Chief of Naval Staff, Vice Admiral Ibok-Ete Ibas, noted that promotion was inherent in any organisation, and it came with more responsibilities.
Buratai made this known at a four-day media workshop with the theme: “Supporting the Military: Panacea for Improved National Security,” which began in Lagos on Monday.
Commodore Ibrahim Shettima, the Commander, BEECROFT, made this known to newsmen on Friday in Lagos.
PRNigeria gathered that some of the affected Officers, mostly Warrant Officers and Master Warrant Officers, had sought for extension of their service years, but were rejected by the Navy’s High Command.