Nigerian oil vessel that exploded – ‘old and badly maintained’ say sources
12 February 2022 | 3:30 pm
An oil vessel that exploded off the coast of Nigeria this week had not been maintained for some time and had technical issues, two sources and an environmental group said on Friday. as its wreckage lay in the sea after the fire was put out. The 10 crew members on board at the time of the explosion on Wednesday remained unaccounted for.
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