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29 Nov 2021
States in the Gulf of Guinea (GoG) have lost billions of dollars to piracy, robbery and other criminal maritime activities, according to the Ports Facility Security Officers
18 Oct 2021
The Japanese government has earmarked 260,000 dollars in its bid towards combating piracy and kidnapping in the Gulf of Guinea (GoG).
6 Aug 2021
Delta Governor, Ifeanyi Okowa, yesterday, canvassed proper monitoring of Nigeria’s crude oil production to ascertain the correct volume and ensure transparency and accountability
6 Jul 2021
Nine pirates who attempted to hijack a ship in Togolese waters in May 2019 have been sentenced to prison terms ranging from 12 to 20 years during a trial at a Lome court. It was the first time pirates have been tried in Togo, one of the West African countries with coastline on the Gulf…
26 Jun 2021
A knockout punch it may not be, but the June 8, the judgment of the Port Harcourt Division of the Federal High qualifies as a major blow on broadcast signal piracy and other strains
14 Jun 2021
Until recently, Nigeria had the inglorious reputation of being rated number one in maritime insecurity in the Gulf of Guinea, and in the whole world.
25 Apr 2021
The Federal Government has stated its determination to stamp out online and physical piracy and other forms of intellectual theft in order to encourage creativity
10 Mar 2021
The Nigerian Navy has unveiled Operation Cold Waters (AMI JIJI 2021) to tackle maritime insecurity, especially crude oil theft and piracy in its Central Naval Command (CNC) area of operations.
10 Mar 2021
The Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC) has intensified efforts at checking street trading of pirated books, musical works, and movies in Abuja FCT and other states of the Federation.
18 Feb 2021
The Nigerian Navy, on Monday, deployed 14 warships and two helicopters to tackle the rising cases of piracy in the Gulf of Guinea (GoG).
26 Nov 2020
Book publishers in the country, yesterday, lamented rising international piracy, stressing that the trend has taken over 70 per cent of the market for published works sold in Nigeria. They also lamented the dearth of the paper mill industry in the country, saying it was the major cause of the high cost of books and…
10 Jun 2020
The Federal Government has promised to employ all machinery to eliminate the act of piracy in the Gulf of Guinea.

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