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|Re: Ghana Arrests Stolen Oil From Nigeria by greateros(m): 10:08am On Mar 12, 2012|
|Re: Ghana Arrests Stolen Oil From Nigeria by Damoche10: 11:00am On Mar 12, 2012|
Despite the cry and yarn of poverty stricken Nigerians on the need for attitudinal change,some scrupulous Nigerians are busy milking us of our money and heritage. Na wa o.......I hope some perpetrators were caught along side the vessels. Na wa for this people!I also hope say one known rich man dey involved make them use him nose blow whistle. Thanks ooo Ghana!!
|Re: Ghana Arrests Stolen Oil From Nigeria by ibidapko(m): 12:13pm On Mar 12, 2012|
THIS PIECE OF NEWS RAISES MORE QUESTIONS THAN IT PROVIDES ANSWERS TO:
1) Why was the tanker not arrested in Nigerian waters only for the Nigerian Navy to give a tip off to the Ghanain Navy? Where were the Nigerians when the tanker was loading the oil and later departed Nigerian waters?
2) How did the Navy ascertain that the oil was stolen? Did they investigate the Bill of Lading before rushing to label the oil stolen?
3) Why did the Ghanain Navy arrest only the tanker from Nigeria while leaving the Ghanain tanker it was discharging into? Are not both the buyers and sellers of a 'stolen' item equally guilty of same offence?
The Ghanain Navy are still naïve in the offshore patrolling and should not allow themselves to be put into situations that may end up as an embarrassment to them.
The Ghanain authorities should carry out a thorough and investigation to unearth a) the real cargo owners and ship owners b) where the oil was loaded/ 'stolen' from, c) what date it was loaded so Nigeria can investigate the complicity of the Navy/JTF officers on duty at that time, and d) who received payment for the oil in Nigeria.
WE NEED TO SEE ACTION BEING TAKEN AND NOT JUST TALK!!
|Re: Ghana Arrests Stolen Oil From Nigeria by The General(m): 6:22pm On Mar 12, 2012|
buzor: nice one from ghana. but lets not forget its naija navy that hinted them and gave them info on d said shipWhy didn't nigerian navy follow them? Give Ghana the credit!
|Re: Ghana Arrests Stolen Oil From Nigeria by londoner: 1:50am On Mar 13, 2012|
It sounds like this was a COLLABORATIVE effort by BOTH NIGERIAN AND GHANAIAN AUTHORITIES.
How come nobody is giving any kudos to the Nigerian authorities who tipped them off? That part of the report was totally ignored by most here, even though they read it.
Nigerians sometimes......they are so resolute in not giving any positive appraisal to anything Nigerian.
Well done to both the Nigerian authority that gave the Ghanaians the tip off, and the Ghanaian navy who conducted the arrests based on that tip off.
|Re: Ghana Arrests Stolen Oil From Nigeria by londoner: 1:55am On Mar 13, 2012|
The General: Why didn't nigerian navy follow them? Give Ghana the credit!
Haven't you heard of this type of operation before?
Where a criminal may have boarded a plane, say out of the UK headed for the US, and the US forces are notified and the criminal apprehended at the destination.
The same way within a store a security guard can be watching somebody slip a product into their bag, but they wait until they actually leave the store without paying before apprehending them.......the crime of theft is then completed and is easier to prove in court.
If the tip off was not given to the Ghanaian authorities it is likely they would not have been apprehended.
They were arrested directly because of the tip off were they not?
|Re: Ghana Arrests Stolen Oil From Nigeria by Dudu_Negro: 3:55am On Mar 13, 2012|
Hold on. . . how do you arrest oil or a vessell?? You can detain and arrest the crew of the vessel and then impound the vessell itself. . . . but arrest? c'mon bruh!
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