Bakassi communities task FG on sea pirates

• Navy unfolds plan to tackle illegal bunkering, others COASTAL communities along the Bakassi waters leading to Cameroun and Equatorial Guinea have raised alarm over the activities of sea pirates and urged the Federal Government to intervene. In fact, youths and others in the coastal areas have been rendered idle, as they cannot venture into the high sea for fear of the pirates. However, the Chief of Naval Staff (CNS), Vice Admiral Dele Ezeoba, has vowed to tackle illegal oil bunkering and insecurity ...
Read the rest of the story on Guardian News

Added March 31, 2013
from Guardian News