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2 days ago
Nigerian Navy has opened the online portal for the 2022/2023 recruitment exercise. Interested applicants can visit the Nigerian Navy recruitment portal www.joinnigeriannavy.com to fill out the application form and submit it online. Nigerian Navy spokesman Commodore Adedotun Ayo-Vaughan last week said the recruitment was part of plans by the Chief of Naval Staff, Vice Adm.…
5 Aug
The Nigerian Navy Ship (NNS) PROSPERITY have rescued two Ghanaian fishermen who reside in Takwa Bay, Lagos State after a boat mishap when they sailed out to fish on July 31.
3 Aug
The Nigerian Navy, says it plans to recruit more Nigerians to boost its ongoing internal security and maritime operations across the country. Commodore Adedotun Ayo-Vaughan, Director of Information, Nigeria Navy said this when he spoke with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Port Harcourt on Wednesday. He said the recruitment was part of plans…
28 Jul
The Nigerian Navy says it has handed over to the Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC), 70 out of 147 vessels arrested over illegal oil bunkering and crude oil theft.
9 Jul
Nigerian Navy, Forward Operating Base, Ibaka in Mbo Council of Akwa Ibom State has reiterated its commitment to protecting legitimate users of the high sea.
23 Jun
Troops of the Nigerian Navy conducting Operation ”Dakatar Da Barawo” confiscated crude oil and other illegally refined products worth N2.7billion in June.
19 Jun
On June 1, the Nigerian Navy (NN) turned 66 years, an anniversary that was marked with a weeklong celebration. Starting as the Nigerian Marines, the past six decades plus have been eventful for the service with remarkable reforms and transformations that have seen it emerge as the largest naval establishment in Africa.
16 Jun
The Nigerian Navy may have recorded another major breakthrough in oil theft, as troops of Operation Dakatar Da Barawo recovered over N1 billion of stolen crude and others in the last two weeks.
15 Jun
The Nigerian Navy, yesterday, said it had recorded 50 per cent success rate in the ongoing charting and survey of Rivers Niger and Benue being undertaken by its hydrographic team.
14 Jun
The Federal Government, yesterday, raised concerns about the inability to meet up the 3.6million metric tonnes (mt) demand for fish as the country only produces 1.2million metric tonnes
13 May
To strengthen efforts towards tackling drug trafficking on Nigeria waters, the Nigerian Navy, yesterday, handed over two epenal boats, operational and training equipment to the Nigerian Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA).
5 May
Nigerian Navy may have recorded a major breakthrough in oil theft, as troops of Operation Dakatar Da Barawo have recovered over 3,500 litres of stolen crude, among others.

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