Nigeria outsources training
Nigeria’s Navy, Army and Police to receive private sector training.
FG hands over maritime security to Israeli firm
FEDERAL Government has entered into a three years agreement with an Israeli firm over maritime security issues. The agreement, which has $195m financial obligation on the Nigerian government, will entail the training of Nigerian security personnel by the Israelis and is expected to commence this December.
Disclosing this during the 2017 World Maritime Day celebration held in Lagos on Monday, the Honourable Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, explained that the contact became imperative given the amount shipping firms to pay for security escort on Nigerian waterways.
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