NIGERIAN NAVY DESTROY 8 ILLEGAL CRUDE OIL REFINERIES, BARGE AND BOAT..ARREST 2 SUSPECTS OVER ILLEGAL BUNKERING

Nigerian Navy seamen man a weapon station onboard a Sea Eagle Offshore Patrol Craft

Nigerian Navy seamen man a weapon station onboard a Sea Eagle Offshore Patrol Craft

PORT HARCOURT, Nigeria
May 13 (Xinhua)

The Nigerian Navy discovered and
destroyed eight illegal crude oil refineries and arrested two suspected oil thieves, it said on Monday.

In a statement, spokesman Abdulsalam
Sani said the Navy also discovered and
destroyed a large metal barge and a boat in the Ogu/Bolo local government area during their routine patrol of creeks in Rivers State in southern Nigeria. It said the two suspects arrested were currently interrogated to unravel their sponsors.

“As part of renewed efforts to eliminate
illegal oil bunkering and pipeline
vandalism in the region, the Navy will
continue to show its presence in the
creeks all round the clock. “We advise all those involved in oil theft to seek legitimate employment rather than sabotage the nation’s economy through illegal oil bunkering activities,”
Sani said in the statement.

He called on the public to report anyone
involved in oil theft and pipeline
vandalism to security agencies in the
state.

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One Response to NIGERIAN NAVY DESTROY 8 ILLEGAL CRUDE OIL REFINERIES, BARGE AND BOAT..ARREST 2 SUSPECTS OVER ILLEGAL BUNKERING

  1. G8T Nigeria says:

    Good one for the NN, more grease. Onward Together

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