In a significant stride towards safeguarding Nigeria’s economic interest, Operation WATER GUARD, activated by the Nigerian Navy last week to combat illicit activities, has yielded a major breakthrough. Naval officers, leveraging the operation’s electro-optic facilities and air assets, successfully discovered and dismantled multiple depots where thousands of jerrycans both empty and filled with Premium Motor…
The Nigerian Navy on Wednesday evening destroyed over 6,000 empty jerrycans and three wooden boats used in syphoning Premium Motor Spirit (PMS), known as petrol, from Badagry to neighbouring countries.
The Nigerian Navy has debunked allegations of harassment and extortions leveled against some of its operatives in the Badagry area of Lagos State by some residents and filling station operators, stressing that it was “corruption fighting back.”
To further bridge existing deficit in supply especially for African-Americans, a developer, Messrs Fatherland Global Corporation, has disclosed plan to build about 500 housing units in Lagos.