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3 May
More than one thousand personnel have joined the Nigerian Navy with the aim of making Nigeria safe again.
6 Nov 2020
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20 Dec 2019
Shame: Nigerian Navy has just one functional vessel to secure ports - Sen. Olamilekan
28 Sep 2019
The Nigerian Navy held a three-day Intra-command Football and Tug-Of-War Competition to boost mental alertness of its personnel.
30 Jul 2019
The Nigerian Navy has graduated 500 personnel who have been trained in Aircraft Maintenance. The Chief of Naval staff disclosed this in Kaduna on Friday.
26 May 2019
The Nigerian Navy has handed over two vessels, boats and a twenty-two man crew to the commission of the Economic and Financial crime in an attempt to halt the theft of crude oil in Bayelsa state.
30 Jan 2018
Nigerian Navy has the capacity to tackle internal security challenges - Senate
16 Sep 2017
Nigerian Navy drills new operatives of special boat service.
28 Mar 2017
Operation obangame express - Nigerian Navy, 29 countries participate.

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