The government is leading a campaign to rid territorial waters of crime, through the Integrated Security and Waterways Protection Infrastructure, also known as the Deep Blue Project.
Govt - Deep Blue Project Will End Criminalities in Our Waters
This Day, 25 March 2019
The Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Chibuike Amaechi, has reiterated the federal government's determination to rid the Nigerian territorial waters of criminalities through the… Read more »
Nigeria Leads in Piracy Attacks in Gulf of Guinea - Report
This Day, 9 November 2018
Despite efforts by the federal government to reduce the cases of piracy and banditry in Nigeria's territorial waters, the country still leads in pirates attack in the Gulf of… Read more »
NIMASA Recommits to Tackling Crime On Nigerian Waters
Guardian, 8 February 2019
The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), has undertaken surveillance training for some security agencies to jointly rid the waters of criminality. Read more »
Nigeria's ports authority chief Dakuku Peterside has called on the International Maritime Bureau to ensure fairness and balance in its reporting of piracy in Nigeria's territorial ... Read more »
Authorities have deployed 16 patrol gunboats and 6,000 police officers to tackle sea piracy and other criminal activity in Bayelsa's waterways to ensure safety of the water ... Read more »
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