Nigerian Navy Latest News
O.O. Ogundana, a naval officer, who is also a commandant of the Nigeria Armed Forces command and Staff College Secondary School, Jaji in Kaduna state, has been reported missing.
According to a new list of military rankings released for 2019, the Nigerian military rated 0.7007 on its Power Index score to be positioned behind Egypt, Algeria and South Africa, which are Africa's top three military forces.
Successful candidates are to report for selection interview at the Nigerian Navy Secondary School Ojo, Navy Town, Lagos from Monday 29 July – Tuesday 27 August 2019.
The commanding officer, Navy Captain Toritseju Vincent, said on Sunday, July 14, while handling over the suspects and bags of rice to the Nigeria Customs Service in Ibaka that the arrest was made in two separate operations.
The authorities of the Central Naval Command (CNC) of the Nigerian Navy have arrested four different vessels carrying about 2 million litres suspected illegally refined diesel.
Nigerian Navy on Thursday, June 13, commenced the manual destruction of unserviceable firearms recovered from Ondo state amnesty programme. The force has a massive number of such weapons to do away with.