Nigeria’s prevention problems

Maritime crime still a major issue.

Poor funding, corruption hampering security


Four years after the Yaoundé summit on maritime security, efforts by Nigeria and other maritime countries in the Gulf of Guinea to set up institutional structures to tackle the menace of robberies on sea and around anchorages have not yielded the desired result.


It was learnt that some initiatives on the suppression of organised crimes on sea were yet to be enforced due to a high degree of corruption and inadequate funding.

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