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Nigerian economy remains under great threat – US

The United States military yesterday warned that the Nigerian economy remains under great threat following the surge in criminal activities in the Niger Delta and the threats by militants to resume bombing of oil facilities in the region.

Nigerian Navy commitment to protect nation’s maritime domain

The Nigerian Navy (NN) said it would continue to protect the nation’s maritime domain against crude oil theft and any other criminal activities.

UK commends Nigeria for tackling piracy in Gulf of Guinea

The United Kingdom (UK) Foreign Secretary, Mr. Boris Johnson, yesterday in Lagos commended the role Nigeria was playing in tackling piracy in the Gulf of Guinea, pointing out that a lot of the UK’s oil came from the Nigerian Waters.

UK’s oil comes through Nigerian water – Johnson

The United Kingdom (UK) Foreign Secretary, Mr Boris Johnson, on Thursday in Lagos said that a lot of the UK’s oil came through the Nigerian Waters.

Buhari tasks security chiefs on safety of all citizens

President Muhammadu Buhari has directed security agencies to safeguard the lives and property of all citizens and secure the nation’s borders from aggressors.

Nigerian Navy discovers 30 new illegal refineries in Rivers

The Nigerian Navy says it has discovered 30 new illegal refineries with combined capacity to produce about four million litres of petroleum products daily.

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