Questions over Deep Blue assets as foreign navies tackle Nigeria’s maritime threats

Dec 07 2021


Between October and November of 2021, 3 foreign navies had announced their presence in Nigerian waters, with 2 out of 3 helping to thwart what would have been another major maritime threat on containerized vessels operating in the nation’s waters.

 

 

 

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