Navy warns freed ship’s crew to renounce crimes


The Nigerian Navy vessel Delta has turned over the impounded MT RF ALICE to its owner, ABC Maritime, with a warning that the company should refrain from any form of illegality.

The vessel was handed over to the shipping company on Friday in Koko, in the Warri North local government area, Delta State, by the managing director of NNS Delta, Captain (N) Levi Deyin, on behalf of the commander of the NNS Delta. NNS Delta, Commodore Abdulhamid Baba. Inna.

Speaking on the occasion, Deyin recalled that the ship was seized on September 7, 2021 on the Koko River by naval personnel, adding that the release was “following the approval of the Navy Headquarters after the conclusion of the case “.

He said: “Based on a court order and directives from Navy Headquarters, MT RF ALICE was arrested and detained.

“However, after following the required legal procedures. I am responsible for releasing MT RF ALICE to the company, ABC Maritime being today November 19, 2021.”

However, he warned the shipping company to renounce any form of illegality in the maritime domain.

A representative of the company, Mr. Abel Glamar, received the vessel on behalf of the organization.

It is recalled that on Wednesday November 17, 2021, NNS Delta handed over another impounded vessel, the MT Madam Esther, to its owner, Snow White Energy Limited at the Warri naval base.

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