“Our officers are always cautioned from using their arms but when you are carrying arm and somebody is attacking you, what will you do?”
Usman Abubakar, Spokesman, Ogun Customs Command.
“Due to the general economic down turn, vessels don’t come as they used to come. Bulk cargoes are not coming because they have been denied access to foreign exchange.”
Comptroller Willy Egbudin, Apapa Customs Command.
“The Security Council remains deeply concerned about the threat that piracy and armed robbery at sea in the Gulf of Guinea pose to international navigation… “
United Nations Security Council.
“Anybody or group masquerading as militants are criminals and will be resisted and crushed in line with the mandate of the joint force in the Niger Delta.”
Col. Isa Ado, Spokesman, Operation Pulo Shield.
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