commended the management of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety
Agency (NIMASA) for combating piracy and other criminal activities on Nigerian
Public Relations, Hajia Lami Tumaka, issued on Thursday in Lagos.
while receiving the Acting Director-General of NIMASA, Mr Haruna Baba Jauro,
who paid a working visit to the Army Headquarters in Abuja.
cooperate with NIMASA to curb criminal activities, especially in the creeks
where crude oil theft and piracy were perpetrated using barges and other water
corporate organisations to assist with the resettlement of the Internally
Displaced Persons (IDPs).
resettlement was important since calm was being restored to some of the
through the Corporate Social Responsibility programmes in order to have them
(IDPs) properly re-integrated into the society’’.
soldiers who lost their lives in the battle against insurgency in its National
Seafarers Development Programme (NSDP).
that this would alleviate the suffering of the affected families.
of Army Staff on his appointment and commended him for the successes recorded
so far in the fight against insurgency in the North-East.
fight against piracy and other criminal activities in Nigerian waters.
reducing the menace of piracy.
holistic look at Jauro’s requests and come up with practical initiatives in
providing solutions to them