the detention of a tanker vessel for more than a year and four months.
since May 21 requested the International Tribunal in charge of the Law of the
Sea to order Nigeria to release the tanker vessel, its crew and cargo.
trafficking in diesel
saying he has all papers covering him and the transactions.
allowed to leave the ship which has capacity for 5,500 tonnes of cargo.
losing their value, “causing increasing damage to the companies involved.”