The Nigerian Navy Ship, NNS BEECROFT in a bid to secure the nation’s waterways through efficient collaboration with the Forward Operating Base Badagry, and also using state of the art Maritime Domain Awareness Facility, The Falcon Eye Alignment, has thwarted yet another illegal bunkering activity.

The efficiency of the patrol team was able to intercept and arrest a huge wooden boat that had over 800 Jerry cans of 30 litres each containing products suspected to be Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) laden on it. The vessel was sailing seaward 80 nautical miles from the shore, very close on the boundary between Nigeria and Benin Republic in the early hours of the 19th of January, 2024.

The seamless integration of credible human intelligence ( HUMINT) and the Maritime Domain Awareness Facility The Falcon Eye Alignment under the able leadership of the Commander Nigerian Navy Ship BEECROFT and Maritime Component Commander, Commodore Kolawole Olumide Oguntuga has been able to keep a watchful eye leading to safety and averting economic sabotage, of the waterways under its’ domain as one of the major strategic directives of the Chief Of The Naval Staff, Vice Admiral EI Ogalla, which is rooted in its’ unwavering commitment to curb and eliminate all forms of crime and criminality in the nation’s maritime environment which has to be kept safe and crime free.

Commodore Oguntuga stated that under Vice Admiral EI Ogalla, the Nigerian Navy will continue to sustain dominance of the nation’s maritime space and leverage on technology and other means to curb all illegalities in that space. He urged citizens of good standing to continue to provide credible information needed to ensure safety of businesses and lives for maritime continuity and prosperity.

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