The Lagos State Government and the Nigerian Ports Authority on Thursday expressed their support to the ongoing OPERATION AWATSE demolition of illegal structures around Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation’s pipelines.
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Speaking on Tuesday at the handing over, the Commandment of the School, Rear Admiral Tanko Pani, said the suspects were arrested after continuous surveillance for over four months.
Rear Admiral Saidu Garba, the Flag Officer Commanding, Central Naval Command, announced this at a news briefing on Thursday in Warri.
It said that the proposed demolition would be another phase after it destroyed 462 illegal strictures in and around Atlas Cove last December.
The Nigerian Navy on Friday handed over 57 Nigerians, seven Sri-Lankans and two Ghanaians, suspected to be involved in oil bunkering, to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission.
The Nigerian Navy says it is expecting the delivery of more platforms before the end of 2020 to join her fleet to further boost the Services’ maritime security operations.
The Nigerian Navy, Forward Operating Base, Ibaka, Mbo Local Government Area in Akwa Ibom State has nabbed four suspected smugglers in connection with the smuggling of 220 bags of 50kg rice.
The Chairman, Senate Committee on Federal Character and Inter-Governmental Affairs, Senator Danjuma La’ah, made this known during a meeting of members of the Committee.
Dahun said interested applicants, who must be Nigerians by birth, should possess a minimum of Second Class Upper Division for first degree holders and Upper Credit for HND holders.
The Chief of Naval Staff , Vice Adm. Ibok-Ete Ibas, said this in Abuja on Saturday while speaking at the end of the Nigerian Navy Third Quarter Route March 2019.
Lt. Commander Umaru Sidi, the leader of team, said this when he handed over the recovered items to the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps, Akwa Ibom Command on Wednesday in Eket.
The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation and the Nigerian Navy have pledged deeper collaboration to tackle crude oil theft and attacks on oil and gas facilities.
No fewer than 57 sailors have been arrested in Rivers State by the Nigerian Navy for allegedly smuggling crude oil and illegally refining diesel.
The Nigerian Navy on Tuesday in Lagos raised alarm over the impending dangers ship wrecks posed on the Nigerian waters.
The Commandant of Naval War College Nigeria, Rear Adm. Adeseye Ayobanjo, made the call on Monday in Calabar during the presentation of the report of Naval Warfare Course 3 International Study Tour to the Republic of Kenya.
The Nigerian Navy on Friday paraded nine suspected illegal petroleum dealers arrested during their operation on the Igbokoda coastal-line in the Ilaje Local Government Area of Ondo state.
The Nigerian Navy says it has released the list of successful candidates for its 2019 recruitment aptitude test.
The Chief of Army Staff, Lt.-Gen. Tukur Buratai, said that insecurity has been tamed across the country by the Nigerian army.
The Commander, Nigerian Navy Ship BEECROFT, Commodore Ibrahim Shettima, made the disclosure while speaking to journalists in Apapa, Lagos.
About 18 suspected oil thieves, including 16 men and two women were caught loading the illegally refined diesel into eight large wooden boats before their arrest.