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Naval Chief applauds visit of Prince Charles

Naval Chief applauds visit of Prince Charles

Philip Nwosu The cooperation between the Nigerian Navy and the British Royal Navy has been commendable, the Chief of Naval Staff, Vice Admiral Ibok-Ete Ekwe Ibas, has said. Admiral Ibas spoke during the visit of the Prince of Wale and the Head of the Commonwealth of Nations, Prince Charles, to the Naval Dockyard, in Lagos. […]
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Illegal fishing activities on Nigeria’s waters worrisome – FG

Illegal fishing activities on Nigeria’s waters worrisome – FG

Lokpobiri decried that “the whole lot of illegal activities going on, where people just come to our waters and after fishing they tranship to another ship…” Okwe Obi, Abuja The Federal Government has expressed displeasure over illegal fishing activities carried out, mostly by foreigners, especially without accountability. Minister of State for Agriculture and Rural Development, […]
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Navy intercepts 12.8m litres fake diesel in Rivers

Navy intercepts 12.8m litres fake diesel in Rivers

NAN The Nigerian Navy has impounded five barges laden with about 12.8 million litres of petroleum product suspected to be adulterated diesel, an official has said. Rear Admiral David Adeniran, the Flag Officer Commanding (FOC), Eastern Naval Command, told newsmen in Onne on Friday that two suspects were arrested in connection with the alleged crime. […]
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 Navy takes delivery of 10 fast patrol vessels

 Navy takes delivery of 10 fast patrol vessels

The Nigerian Navy has boosted its patrol vessels with 10 Rigid Hull Inflatable Boats (RHIBS). The boats were from Paramount Maritime. The boats include 8.5 metre and 9.5 metre Guardian fast patrol vessels, which are part of a total consignment of 14 vessels. Recently, Minister of Defence, Brig.-Gen. Mansur Dan-Ali (rtd), confirmed that the Nigerian […]
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Nigerian Navy hosts 22 countries for hydrographic conference in Lagos

Nigerian Navy hosts 22 countries for hydrographic conference in Lagos

NAN Nigerian Navy hosted 22 other countries in Lagos on Monday for the 15th Eastern Atlantic Hydrographic Conference on better service delivery to mariners. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that he Chief of Naval Staff, Vice Adm. Ibok Ibas, flagged off the five-day conference themed, “Regional Awareness on Maritime Geospatial Knowledge”. In his […]
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19 military officers inaugurated into AFWC

19 military officers inaugurated into AFWC

Rose Ejembi, Makurdi Nineteen military officers, drawn from the Nigerian Air Force, Nigerian Army and the Nigerian Navy were, on Friday, inaugurated into the Air Force War College (AFWC) Course 4, 2018. In his address at the event held in Makurdi, Commandant of the College, Air Vice Marshal Charles Oghomwen, noted that the College, which […]
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Anti-smuggling: Customs seizes 6,669 bags of rice

Anti-smuggling: Customs seizes 6,669 bags of rice

Steve Agbota The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), has seized 6,669 bags of rice worth N90 million smuggled into the country through the land border. Addressing newsmen in Lagos yesterday, Deputy Comptroller and National Coordinator, Comptroller General, Strike Force, Mr. Abdullahi Kirawa, said the rice that has been intercepted by the Strike Force team was equivalent […]
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Fuel scarcity looms as tanker drivers suspend petroleum products loading

Fuel scarcity looms as tanker drivers suspend petroleum products loading

At Ijora and Sunrise in Apapa, long stretches of tankers dotted the entire length of Dockyard road without
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