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Navy seek improved collaboration with security agencies


The Chief of Naval Staff (CNS), Vice Admiral Ibok-Ete Ekwe Ibas, has charged naval personnel to give maximum cooperation to other security agencies for enhanced security in the country.

The CNS, who gave the charge, yesterday, in his goodwill message to the Nigerian Navy Third Quarter Route March, held at Mogadishu Cantonment, Abuja, said the Navy has been raised to a level where it is now capable of confronting contemporary security challenges and evolving asymmetric warfare.

Represented by the Chief of Naval Standard and Safety, Rear Admiral Timothy Dakwat, Ibas reassured that as a willing partner in the fight to restore internal security, the Navy would continue to support democracy by remaining loyal, committed and dedicated to the service of the nation.


While noting that the current security situation was critical, he insisted that officers and ratings of the Nigerian Navy must not fail in cooperating with other security agencies in the fight against insecurity.

He said to achieve this feat, the navy would continue to focus on its core values of professionalism, team work and integrity to uphold the ethics and ethos of naval customs and tradition.

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