Nigerian Navy can’t cope alone.
Buhari seeks collaboration on maritime security in Gulf of Guinea
Lagos – President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday called for greater international collaboration between the Nigerian Navy and other stakeholders in tackling maritime security challenges in the Gulf of Guinea.
He made the call at an International Maritime Conference organised to mark the 60th anniversary of the Nigerian Navy in Lagos.
Buhari, represented by the Minister for Defence, Mansur Mohammad Dan-Ali, said the challenges of maritime threats in the Gulf of Guinea had gone beyond what Nigeria alone could deal with.
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