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Photos: 4 Suspects,vessel Handed Over By Nigerian Navy To EFCC Over Illegal Oil by nigeriapenmedia: 1:30pm On Dec 25, 2018
News By Nigeriapen.com.ng



The Nigerian Navy on December 21, 2018 handed over four persons and a vessel allegedly involved in illegal oil bunkering to operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Benin Zonal Office, for further investigation and possible prosecution.
The suspects: Promise Onate, Emonefe Stanley, Samson Obaje and Peresey Friday were onboard the vessel, MV Enterprise, when they were rounded up by men of the Nigerian Navy, NNS Delta on December 4, 2018 at Nana Creek Escravos, Delta State.

They were arrested on the suspicion that they were conveying Automotive Gas Oil, AGO, without any valid approval.

Captain P. G. Yilme, who represented the NNS Commander at the handing over in Warri, Delta State, said, “After forensic analysis of the product by officials of Department of Petroleum Resources, DPR, the result revealed that the product onboard were poorly refined AGO”.

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Re: Photos: 4 Suspects,vessel Handed Over By Nigerian Navy To EFCC Over Illegal Oil by nigeriapenmedia: 1:31pm On Dec 25, 2018
Re: Photos: 4 Suspects,vessel Handed Over By Nigerian Navy To EFCC Over Illegal Oil by Jayslicky: 2:00pm On Dec 25, 2018
It is their own let them take it, can someone steal his/her own property wink wink

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Re: Photos: 4 Suspects,vessel Handed Over By Nigerian Navy To EFCC Over Illegal Oil by Originalsly: 4:35am On Dec 26, 2018
Jayslicky:


It is their own let them take it, can someone steal his/her own property wink wink

Hmmm.... and we wonder why we can't move forward.

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Re: Photos: 4 Suspects,vessel Handed Over By Nigerian Navy To EFCC Over Illegal Oil by mindurbiz(m): 4:43am On Dec 26, 2018
ok
Re: Photos: 4 Suspects,vessel Handed Over By Nigerian Navy To EFCC Over Illegal Oil by mindurbiz(m): 4:44am On Dec 26, 2018
OK
Re: Photos: 4 Suspects,vessel Handed Over By Nigerian Navy To EFCC Over Illegal Oil by Triangles1(m): 4:44am On Dec 26, 2018
Scam, bcs they failed to sort now they're illegal. Naija lawa

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Re: Photos: 4 Suspects,vessel Handed Over By Nigerian Navy To EFCC Over Illegal Oil by Samade7: 5:30am On Dec 26, 2018
Scape goats.

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Re: Photos: 4 Suspects,vessel Handed Over By Nigerian Navy To EFCC Over Illegal Oil by Samade7: 5:33am On Dec 26, 2018
Originalsly:


Hmmm.... and we wonder why we can't move forward.



Which forward are u moving? When billions of Naira is missing from NNPC account every now n then, so it's dis one dat won't allow u to move forward?

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Re: Photos: 4 Suspects,vessel Handed Over By Nigerian Navy To EFCC Over Illegal Oil by sonofanarchy(m): 5:46am On Dec 26, 2018
efcc is now doing the work of a police
Re: Photos: 4 Suspects,vessel Handed Over By Nigerian Navy To EFCC Over Illegal Oil by steam74: 5:53am On Dec 26, 2018
Is this what EFCC was created for?

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Re: Photos: 4 Suspects,vessel Handed Over By Nigerian Navy To EFCC Over Illegal Oil by MANNABBQGRILLS: 6:04am On Dec 26, 2018
Good way to go.......
Re: Photos: 4 Suspects,vessel Handed Over By Nigerian Navy To EFCC Over Illegal Oil by Dreal1247(m): 6:04am On Dec 26, 2018
Though, I don't support oil bunckery, yet the way the security forces are being used to oppress the people of the South-South calls for concern. Osibanjo promised of helping the local refiners by getting them registered. This will boost the local production, be a source of revenue to the Government, reduce criminality, create more job opportunities and reduce the scarcity of the products. If Book Haram who are fighting for no just cause are being offered amnesty, I don't see the reason why these ones won't be assisted. They are even offering a million Naira reward to security operatives who sets ablaze any vehicle used in conveying products through illegal bunckery. I think it is time to see how their activities could be modified for the good of all.
The GMD awards illegal contracts, EFCC pretends as if they never heard of it. Kemi Adeosun asked them to present a proper account, it was then they suddenly discovered that she did not go for NYSC. She has been replaced with the one who will always do their bidding. Yet people are saying are still talking of fraudulent Mr Integrity. God will deliver the people of the South-South.

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Re: Photos: 4 Suspects,vessel Handed Over By Nigerian Navy To EFCC Over Illegal Oil by anambraamaka: 6:05am On Dec 26, 2018
Good
Re: Photos: 4 Suspects,vessel Handed Over By Nigerian Navy To EFCC Over Illegal Oil by MANNABBQGRILLS: 6:05am On Dec 26, 2018
steam74:
Is this what EFCC was created for?
So this is also bad news to you right?!
Why are you peope like this for krissake?!
oh Lawd! shocked
Re: Photos: 4 Suspects,vessel Handed Over By Nigerian Navy To EFCC Over Illegal Oil by steam74: 6:18am On Dec 26, 2018
MANNABBQGRILLS:

So this is also bad news to you right?!
Why are you peope like this for krissake?!
oh Lawd! shocked
It is not bad news but it shows a high level of ignorance in knowing the responsibilities of agencies.
The EFCC should stick to Financial crimes.

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Re: Photos: 4 Suspects,vessel Handed Over By Nigerian Navy To EFCC Over Illegal Oil by MANNABBQGRILLS: 6:20am On Dec 26, 2018
steam74:

It is not bad news but it shows a high level of ignorance in knowing the responsibilities of agencies.
The EFCC should stick to Financial crimes.
So if a FRSC official was on his way to work and he saw some 2 men raping a teenager, they should just look at the other way cos its not their job?!

You better dont let this hateful attitude of yours towards good things follow you to the New year.
Our cent.
Take care!

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Re: Photos: 4 Suspects,vessel Handed Over By Nigerian Navy To EFCC Over Illegal Oil by deepwater(f): 6:24am On Dec 26, 2018
Lol
Re: Photos: 4 Suspects,vessel Handed Over By Nigerian Navy To EFCC Over Illegal Oil by hansomb: 6:24am On Dec 26, 2018
Good move.
Re: Photos: 4 Suspects,vessel Handed Over By Nigerian Navy To EFCC Over Illegal Oil by deepwater(f): 6:27am On Dec 26, 2018
Kai
Re: Photos: 4 Suspects,vessel Handed Over By Nigerian Navy To EFCC Over Illegal Oil by Zither: 7:33am On Dec 26, 2018
NCAN will be disappointed
Re: Photos: 4 Suspects,vessel Handed Over By Nigerian Navy To EFCC Over Illegal Oil by Electronics: 7:38am On Dec 26, 2018
You are so on point.
Triangles1:
Scam, bcs they failed to sort now they're illegal. Naija lawa

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Re: Photos: 4 Suspects,vessel Handed Over By Nigerian Navy To EFCC Over Illegal Oil by blackgold2018(m): 7:46am On Dec 26, 2018
Triangles1:
Scam, bcs they failed to sort now they're illegal. Naija lawa
Same thought in my mind. N it's nw such big vessel is found.

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Re: Photos: 4 Suspects,vessel Handed Over By Nigerian Navy To EFCC Over Illegal Oil by CoolAmbience(m): 8:25am On Dec 26, 2018
Samade7:




Which forward are u moving? When billions of Naira is missing from NNPC account every now n then, so it's dis one dat won't allow u to move forward?


Please, stop kidding me. Billions of # missing every now and then, where are your proofs? Or is this one of those 'sit in the comfort of your home allegations?'

Can't believe this is your justification for economic and environmental sabotage....Isn't that a contemptibly poor defence?
Re: Photos: 4 Suspects,vessel Handed Over By Nigerian Navy To EFCC Over Illegal Oil by CoolAmbience(m): 8:27am On Dec 26, 2018
steam74:
Is this what EFCC was created for?


Oya, Oga phd holder tell us what the EFCC was created for?

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Re: Photos: 4 Suspects,vessel Handed Over By Nigerian Navy To EFCC Over Illegal Oil by NothingDoMe: 8:42am On Dec 26, 2018
MANNABBQGRILLS:

So if a FRSC official was on his way to work and he saw some 2 men raping a teenager, they should just look at the other way cos its not their job?!

You better dont let this hateful attitude of yours towards good things follow you to the New year.
Our cent.
Take care!
Oga nobody is asking anybody to look away. The FRSC official will stop the rape. But he cannot prosecute. He needs to then hand over to the police.

I was expecting you to defend their action by quoting the constitutional powers of the EFCC allowing them to handle such cases.

Instead you are whipping up sentiments.

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Re: Photos: 4 Suspects,vessel Handed Over By Nigerian Navy To EFCC Over Illegal Oil by MANNABBQGRILLS: 8:50am On Dec 26, 2018
NothingDoMe:
Oga nobody is asking anybody to look away. The FRSC official will stop the rape. But he cannot prosecute. He needs to then hand over to the police.

I was expecting you to defend their action by quoting the constitutional powers of the EFCC allowing them to handle such cases.

Instead you are whipping up sentiments.
You too, take care!
Re: Photos: 4 Suspects,vessel Handed Over By Nigerian Navy To EFCC Over Illegal Oil by NothingDoMe: 8:52am On Dec 26, 2018
MANNABBQGRILLS:

You too, take care!
Una well done. Ndi propaganda.

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Re: Photos: 4 Suspects,vessel Handed Over By Nigerian Navy To EFCC Over Illegal Oil by CoolAmbience(m): 9:04am On Dec 26, 2018
Dreal1247:
Though, I don't support oil bunckery, yet the way the security forces are being used to oppress the people of the South-South calls for concern. Osibanjo promised of helping the local refiners by getting them registered. This will boost the local production, be a source of revenue to the Government, reduce criminality, create more job opportunities and reduce the scarcity of the products. If Book Haram who are fighting for no just cause are being offered amnesty, I don't see the reason why these ones won't be assisted. They are even offering a million Naira reward to security operatives who sets ablaze any vehicle used in conveying products through illegal bunckery. I think it is time to see how their activities could be modified for the good of all.
The GMD awards illegal contracts, EFCC pretends as if they never heard of it. Kemi Adeosun asked them to present a proper account, it was then they suddenly discovered that she did not go for NYSC. She has been replaced with the one who will always do their bidding. Yet people are saying are still talking of fraudulent Mr Integrity. God will deliver the people of the South-South.


You certainly are one of Nigeria's most ignorant persons.

God really has to deliver the people of the South South 'cos they appear truly bedeviled right?

You have initiatives and institutions such as the NDDC, Niger Delta Ministry and The Presidential Amnesty Programme, which recieve several billions of # annually yet you come here to talk nonsense. What are your state governors doing with their billions of federal allocations and 13% derivation funds?

How many industries have states in the SS established, either individually or collectively as a region, to create skills and jobs for their teeming idle youths? When you even take brilliant propositions to them, what do they do other than thrash it.

As an individual, I have led my team to propose a clearly winning initiative to three governors in the SS; an initiative that will save them substantial costs annually, train and sustainably employ a minimum of 500 youths in their respective states. I am talking about an initiative that has been tested across the world with demonstrable proofs. In one of the states, the Youth Development Commissioner couldn't help but marvel at our initiative. He immediately minuted his advice that the initiative would benefit the state hugely on one of the documents we presented and gave me his phone number to stay in touch after a brief presentation with my team in his office. After several weeks and months, he confided in me that the CoS / governor was not willing to approve the initiative. The next I read of the Commissioner was that he was removed in a cabinet reshuffle.

Abeg, make una stop to dey think say na other people (FG, North, South West, Muslims etc.) be una problem, una problem dey inside una body.

Abi nor be una son rule for 6 years? Why e nor train and license una for small-scale crude refining? Una use 6 years take drink 'kaikai' finish come dey find who una go blame. Mtchewww.

I nor know say una don wake sef...una good morning o!

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