Nigerian Navy Latest News
The Nigerian Navy, through its spokesman, Commodore Suleman Dahun, announced in Abuja on Monday, June 10, that the list of successful candidates for its recruitment exercise is not yet released.
The Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria (HURIWA) on Friday, May 31, said that the Navy's statement that it needs God to be victorious in battle is an indication of its gross incompetence and incapacity.
The chief of Naval staff, Vice Admiral Ibok-Ete Ekwe Ibas, on Thursday, May 30, said that for military to be victorious in battle, it needs spiritual help. Ibas urged naval officers to trust in God to overcome their struggles.
Femi Falana, popular human rights lawyer, has written President Muhammadu Buhari urging him to order the release of 40 Nigerians who have been in “illegal custody” of the Nigerian navy.
The Nigerian Navy has recruited no fewer than 1,176 young men and women to aid its fight against sea pirates and oil bunkers in the nation’s maritime domain.
The Nigerian Navy has alerted members of the public of the existence online of a fake list of successful candidates in its 2019 recruitment. Members of the public have been advised to be wary of such fraudulent sites.