Ibas said the navy had grown in the past 60 years from a modest force of 25 men to over 25,000 men and women and from nine assorted boats to over 200 platforms.
‘We have capacity to contain maritime crimes,’ Naval Chief
The Chief of Naval Staff (CNS), Vice Admiral Ibok Ibas, said the Nigerian Navy had in its 60 years of existence developed the capacity to address Nigeria’s maritime crimes and related threats.
Ibas stated this at the interdenominational church service for Nigerian Navy’s Diamond Jubilee in Abuja on Sunday.
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