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New Nigerian Navy Ship Stops Over In Ghana. Greeted By Ghanaian Officials by Rossinkup: 3:16am On May 18
New High Tech Nigerian Warship Stops Over In Ghana, Enroute From France. Greeted By Ghana Officials.
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New Nigerian Navy Ship voyages to Tema Port en-route Nigeria
By Ghana News Agency -May 17, 2021

A new Nigerian Navy Ship, NNS LANA, Offshore Survey Vessel, has passed through the Tema Port on its way to Nigeria from France, where it was built.

The Offshore Survey Vessel 190 MKII is equipped with state-of-the-art survey equipment and a 7.6-meter surface vehicle for shallow water survey.

The ship has an Automatic Weather Station (AWS), wet and dry laboratories, scientific and technical workshops as well as operation and processing rooms for geographical studies, search and rescue operations and patrol duties.

NNS LANA is envisaged to afford the Nigerian Navy Hydrographic Department leverage to successfully and systematically conduct hydrographic surveys and charting of Nigeria’s waters.

The vessel was handed over to the Nigerian Navy in France on January 15, 2021, after provisional acceptance trials with a change of flag ceremony conducted on April 15.

It embarked on its maiden voyage from France to Nigeria with a brief stopover at the Tema Port where Ghana’s Chief of Defence Staff and other high-ranking Ghanaian Navy Officers inspected the ship.

Rear Admiral Emmanuel Olatunji Beckley, a representative of the Chief of Naval Staff of the Nigerian Navy, and Vice Admiral Awwal Zubairu Gambo, who addressed the press after an inspection of the vessel on its maiden voyage.

He said: “NNS LANA will not only enhance the safety of Nigeria’s maritime environment but the ship will serve as a critical component in the projection of naval power for enhanced maritime security in the Gulf of Guinea”.

He said the new vessel would play a critical role in the protection of maritime resources and preservation of law and order at sea, thus contributing significantly to the promotion of global maritime commerce.

He said the construction of NNS LANA by Messrs OCEA, a French shipbuilding company, was conceived as a rebirth of a previously decommissioned NNS LANA about ten years ago.

He said the entry of the vessel into the Nigerian Naval fleet was in fulfilment of the dream of enhancing the Navy’s survey capabilities.

Vice Admiral Seth Amoama, Chief of Defence Staff (CDS), Ghana Armed Forces, who was flanked by other high-ranking officials from the Ghana Navy, said the acquisition of the vessel by the Nigerian Navy was a commendable feat and would give the country full maritime domain awareness.

He said it would further contribute immensely to the fight against the growing insecurity, particularly piracy, on the Gulf of Guinea, adding that the ship, amongst other functions, would improve general security.

The CDS applauded the Nigerian Navy, especially the Commanding Officer of the Ship, Captain Abdullateef Bappah Mahamud and his crew on their voyage from France to Ghana, and said, the achievement chalked by Nigeria was a shining example to Africa.

He said plans were afoot to acquire a similar well-equipped vessel for Ghana in the future to play a critical role in the protection of maritime resources and preservation of maritime law and order at sea.

Present at the event was Rear Admiral Issah Yakubu, Chief of Naval Staff; Commodore Emmanuel Ayensu Kwarfo, Flag Officer Commanding, Eastern Naval Command; Ambassador Gamba Hamza, Nigerian High Commissioner to Ghana, amongst other officials.

https://newsghana.com.gh/new-nigerian-navy-ship-voyages-to-tema-port-en-route-nigeria/

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Re: New Nigerian Navy Ship Stops Over In Ghana. Greeted By Ghanaian Officials by Rossinkup: 3:21am On May 18
Was this stopover a sly message to Accra from Abuja, to not test the will of the African giant?

We are getting tired of all this harassment of Nigerians in Ghana.

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Re: New Nigerian Navy Ship Stops Over In Ghana. Greeted By Ghanaian Officials by mike8804: 3:41am On May 18
What's high tech about it for educational purpose pls

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Re: New Nigerian Navy Ship Stops Over In Ghana. Greeted By Ghanaian Officials by Vaughanlanrewaj: 4:10am On May 18
Rossinkup:
New High Tech Nigerian Warship Stops Over In Ghana, Enroute From France. Greeted By Ghana Officials.
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New Nigerian Navy Ship voyages to Tema Port en-route Nigeria
By Ghana News Agency -May 17, 2021





A new Nigerian Navy Ship, NNS LANA, Offshore Survey Vessel, has passed through the Tema Port on its way to Nigeria from France, where it was built.

The Offshore Survey Vessel 190 MKII is equipped with state-of-the-art survey equipment and a 7.6-meter surface vehicle for shallow water survey.

The ship has an Automatic Weather Station (AWS), wet and dry laboratories, scientific and technical workshops as well as operation and processing rooms for geographical studies, search and rescue operations and patrol duties.

NNS LANA is envisaged to afford the Nigerian Navy Hydrographic Department leverage to successfully and systematically conduct hydrographic surveys and charting of Nigeria’s waters.

The vessel was handed over to the Nigerian Navy in France on January 15, 2021, after provisional acceptance trials with a change of flag ceremony conducted on April 15.

It embarked on its maiden voyage from France to Nigeria with a brief stopover at the Tema Port where Ghana’s Chief of Defence Staff and other high-ranking Navy Officers inspected the ship.

Rear Admiral Emmanuel Olatunji Beckley, a representative of the Chief of Naval Staff of the Nigerian Navy, and Vice Admiral Awwal Zubairu Gambo, who addressed the press after an inspection of the vessel on its maiden voyage.

He said: “NNS LANA will not only enhance the safety of Nigeria’s maritime environment but the ship will serve as a critical component in the projection of naval power for enhanced maritime security in the Gulf of Guinea”.

He said the new vessel would play a critical role in the protection of maritime resources and preservation of law and order at sea, thus contributing significantly to the promotion of global maritime commerce.

He said the construction of NNS LANA by Messrs OCEA, a French shipbuilding company, was conceived as a rebirth of a previously decommissioned NNS LANA about ten years ago.

He said the entry of the vessel into the Nigerian Naval fleet was in fulfilment of the dream of enhancing the Navy’s survey capabilities.

Vice Admiral Seth Amoama, Chief of Defence Staff (CDS), Ghana Armed Forces, who was flanked by other high-ranking officials from the Ghana Navy, said the acquisition of the vessel by the Nigerian Navy was a commendable feat and would give the country full maritime domain awareness.

He said it would further contribute immensely to the fight against the growing insecurity, particularly piracy, on the Gulf of Guinea, adding that the ship, amongst other functions, would improve general security.

The CDS applauded the Nigerian Navy, especially the Commanding Officer of the Ship, Captain Abdullateaf Bappah Mahamud and his crew on their voyage from France to Ghana, and said, the achievement chalked by Nigeria was a shining example to Africa.

He said plans were afoot to acquire a similar well-equipped vessel for Ghana in the future to play a critical role in the protection of maritime resources and preservation of maritime law and order at sea.

Present at the event was Rear Admiral Issah Yakubu, Chief of Naval Staff; Commodore Emmanuel Ayensu Kwarfo, Flag Officer Commanding, Eastern Naval Command; Ambassador Gamba Hamza, Nigerian High Commissioner to Ghana, amongst other officials.

https://newsghana.com.gh/new-nigerian-navy-ship-voyages-to-tema-port-en-route-nigeria/



Thank God for the Buhari administration. This is the same ship that was decommissioned 10 years ago during the locust thieving PDP/ GEJ administration when oil price was doing fine. It was the time the GEJ administration handed over the management of our waterways to Tompolo. Smh.
May God bless PMB. May God bless Nigeria my fatherland.viait www.freestuffsng.com for latest freestuffs in Nigeria. Godbless

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Re: New Nigerian Navy Ship Stops Over In Ghana. Greeted By Ghanaian Officials by QuotaSystem: 4:12am On May 18
She is indeed beautiful.

I bet Ghana got the message.

God bless Nigeria.

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Re: New Nigerian Navy Ship Stops Over In Ghana. Greeted By Ghanaian Officials by thesicilian: 4:13am On May 18
Vaughanlanrewaj:

Thank God for the Buhari administration. This is the same ship that was decommissioned 10 years ago during the locust thieving PDP/ GEJ administration when oil price was doing fine. It was the time the GEJ administration handed over the management of our waterways to Tompolo. Smh.
May God bless PMB. May God bless Nigeria my fatherland.

How do you guys sleep at night?

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Re: New Nigerian Navy Ship Stops Over In Ghana. Greeted By Ghanaian Officials by Rossinkup: 4:19am On May 18
Vaughanlanrewaj:

Thank God for the Buhari administration. This is the same ship that was decommissioned 10 years ago during the locust thieving PDP/ GEJ administration when oil price was doing fine. It was the time the GEJ administration handed over the management of our waterways to Tompolo. Smh.
May God bless PMB. May God bless Nigeria my fatherland.


It's not ''the same ship that was decommissioned 10 years ago''.

This is a brand new ship. But it inherited its name from the old ship you're referring to.

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Re: New Nigerian Navy Ship Stops Over In Ghana. Greeted By Ghanaian Officials by Rossinkup: 4:25am On May 18
mike8804:
What's high tech about it for educational purpose pls

Nigerian Navy Takes Delivery Of Hydrographic Research Vessel From OCEA
French Shipyard OCEA delivered on 15 April 2021 a new hydrographic research vessel to the Nigerian Navy. NNS Lana is based on the OCEA OSV 190 SC-WB design.

Naval News.com

Xavier Vavasseur

19 Apr 2021


The OCEA OSV 190 SC-WB is a hydrographic and oceanographic research vessel from OCEA’s line of auxiliary vessels.

The vessel designed by OCEA offers excellent operational capabilities thanks to optimized seakeeping, controlled integration of scientific systems and reduced impact on the observed environment: noise, radiation, as has been confirmed by SHOM and Kongsberg on the OSV 190 SC-WB “KRI RIGEL 933” and “KRI SPICA 934” operated by the Indonesian Navy.

NNS Lana will allow the Nigerian Navy to have a better knowledge of its maritime territory and its Exclusive Economic Zone:

- Coastal and deep sea scientific research and studies (hydrography, oceanography)
- Fishing control
- Surveillance of the Exclusive Economic Zone
- Assistance and supplies to other boats
- Helicopter winching operation
- Towing of ships.

To carry out its missions, the ship is equipped with high-performance technical and scientific means, in particular:

- A deep water multibeam echosounder
- A single beam depth-water sounder
- Side scan sonar
- A current meter
- Means of sampling, storage and analysis of water, fish and sediment
- Laboratory hardware and software
- An 8 m hydrographic boat equipped for data surveys along the coasts in small and very shallow waters.
- OCEA OSV 190 SC-WB specifications

•Length(overall): 60.10m

•Max Draft(m): 3.5m

•Autonomy: 4400nm @ 12 knots

•Endurance: 20 days

•Speed: 14.0knots

•Crew and scientific staff: 50 people

https://www.navalnews.com/naval-news/2021/04/nigerian-navy-takes-delivery-of-hydrographic-research-vessel-from-ocea/

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Re: New Nigerian Navy Ship Stops Over In Ghana. Greeted By Ghanaian Officials by mike8804: 4:28am On May 18
Rossinkup:


Nigerian Navy Takes Delivery Of Hydrographic Research Vessel From OCEA
French Shipyard OCEA delivered on 15 April 2021 a new hydrographic research vessel to the Nigerian Navy. NNS Lana is based on the OCEA OSV 190 SC-WB design.

Naval News.com

Xavier Vavasseur

19 Apr 2021


The OCEA OSV 190 SC-WB is a hydrographic and oceanographic research vessel from OCEA’s line of auxiliary vessels.

The vessel designed by OCEA offers excellent operational capabilities thanks to optimized seakeeping, controlled integration of scientific systems and reduced impact on the observed environment: noise, radiation, as has been confirmed by SHOM and Kongsberg on the OSV 190 SC-WB “KRI RIGEL 933” and “KRI SPICA 934” operated by the Indonesian Navy.

NNS Lana will allow the Nigerian Navy to have a better knowledge of its maritime territory and its Exclusive Economic Zone:

Coastal and deep sea scientific research and studies (hydrography, oceanography)
Fishing control
Surveillance of the Exclusive Economic Zone
Assistance and supplies to other boats
Helicopter winching operation
Towing of ships.
To carry out its missions, the ship will be equipped with high-performance technical and scientific means, in particular:

A deep water multibeam echosounder
A single beam depth-water sounder
Side scan sonar
A current meter
Means of sampling, storage and analysis of water, fish and sediment
Laboratory hardware and software
An 8 m hydrographic boat equipped for data surveys along the coasts in small and very shallow waters.
OCEA OSV 190 SC-WB specifications
•Length(overall): 60.10m

•Max Draft(m): 3.5m

•Autonomy: 4400nm @ 12 knots

•Endurance: 20 days

•Speed: 14.0knots

•Crew and scientific staff: 50 people

https://www.navalnews.com/naval-news/2021/04/nigerian-navy-takes-delivery-of-hydrographic-research-vessel-from-ocea/
thanks

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Re: New Nigerian Navy Ship Stops Over In Ghana. Greeted By Ghanaian Officials by Vaughanlanrewaj: 4:38am On May 18
Rossinkup:


It's not ''the same ship that was decommissioned 10 years ago''.

This is a brand new ship. But it inherited its name from the old ship you're referring to.


I think you didn't get my point sir. The meaning of decommission is not the crux of my point because the word de-commission itself is self explanatory. Also, it is stated in the report that this is a new ship and it takes the name Lana which is the name of the one decommissioned under the corrupt PDP/ GEJ administration. So I didn't bring up any confusion on which ship is in context. It is this new Lana.

What I drew your attention to is that the GEJ administration decommissioned a ship and didn't get it replaced even in the face of obvious need to replace the one his administration de-commissioned with him as the Grand Commander of The Armed Forces, rather his administration outsourced the security task the Lana he decommissioned and didn't replace should have done to Tompolo, his kinsman ,Ijaw man( emphasis is mine to draw attention to the nepotism of that administration too) and one who once took up arms against the FG.

That is referenced for posterity and to help me appreciate the government for not passing on the task of replacing that ship decommissioned by his predecessor to his successor while our waterways remain unsafe.

If the corrupt PDP/ GEJ administration that decommissioned Lana 1 had built a new one, this would have been the second ship so that we have both in use or one as back up when there's need for security reinforcements.

I am sure the Naval officers are happy and you can read the pride of being a Nigerian Navy personnel in the statement they made in Ghana. God bless President Muhammadu Buhari. visit www.freestuffsng.com for latest freestuffs in Nigeria. God bless Nigeria.

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Re: New Nigerian Navy Ship Stops Over In Ghana. Greeted By Ghanaian Officials by Rossinkup: 4:49am On May 18
Vaughanlanrewaj:


I think you didn't get my point sir. The meaning of decommission is not the crux of my point because the word de-commission itself is self explanatory. Also, it is stated in the report that this is a new ship and it takes the name Lana which is the name of the one decommissioned under the corrupt PDP/ GEJ administration. So I didn't bring up any confusion on which ship is in context. It is this new Lana.

What I drew your attention to is that the GEJ administration decommissioned a ship and didn't get it replaced even in the face of obvious need to replace the one his administration de-commissioned with him as the Grand Commander of The Armed Forces, rather his administration outsourced the security task the Lana he decommissioned and didn't replace should have done to Tompolo, his kinsman ,Ijaw man( emphasis is mine to draw attention to the nepotism of that administration too) and one who once took up arms against the FG.

That is referenced for posterity and to help me appreciate the government for not passing on the task of replacing that ship decommissioned by his predecessor to his successor while our waterways remain unsafe.

If the corrupt PDP/ GEJ administration that decommissioned Lana 1 had built a new one, this would have been the second ship so that we have both in use or one as back up when there's need for security reinforcements.

I am sure the Naval officers are happy and you can read the pride of being a Nigerian Navy personnel in the statement they made in Ghana. God bless President Muhammadu Buhari. God bless Nigeria.

I understood your point bro, but I just corrected your phrasing because others might read it and think it was the same shIp, just refurbished. You know how our Naija people reason sometimes. wink

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Re: New Nigerian Navy Ship Stops Over In Ghana. Greeted By Ghanaian Officials by Whitecoal711: 4:55am On May 18
Northern govt
Can't our Navy or engineers build this small ship
Ship that is bugged
Refurbished decommissioned ship
Op chance our ftc
Ain't he greedy
What is the population of France and Nigeria
Carrying our employment and scare resources to another country
This country never ready

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Re: New Nigerian Navy Ship Stops Over In Ghana. Greeted By Ghanaian Officials by Vaughanlanrewaj: 4:58am On May 18
Rossinkup:


I understood your point bro, but I just corrected your phrasing because others might read it and think it was the same shIp, just refurbished. You know how our Naija people reason sometimes. wink
You're right sir. Thank you so very much. Good morning sir.

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Re: New Nigerian Navy Ship Stops Over In Ghana. Greeted By Ghanaian Officials by Rossinkup: 5:20am On May 18
Vaughanlanrewaj:

You're right sir. Thank you so very much. Good morning sir.

Same to you bro. grin

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Re: New Nigerian Navy Ship Stops Over In Ghana. Greeted By Ghanaian Officials by Rossinkup: 5:25am On May 18
Whitecoal711:
Northern govt
Can't our Navy or engineers build this small ship
Ship that is bugged

A ship that is bugged can be debugged.

The Nigerian Navy has ship building capabilities, but not quite this level as of now.

This is NNS Andoni, built by the Nigerian Navy and commissioned in 2017. They are currently building a bigger ship, so it is a process.

NNS Andoni


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Re: New Nigerian Navy Ship Stops Over In Ghana. Greeted By Ghanaian Officials by ALLNIGERIANSMAD(m): 5:32am On May 18
Vaughanlanrewaj:

Thank God for the Buhari administration. This is the same ship that was decommissioned 10 years ago during the locust thieving PDP/ GEJ administration when oil price was doing fine. It was the time the GEJ administration handed over the management of our waterways to Tompolo. Smh.
May God bless PMB. May God bless Nigeria my fatherland.

some people can be very stupid Sha? Just take a look at you

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Re: New Nigerian Navy Ship Stops Over In Ghana. Greeted By Ghanaian Officials by ruggedtimi(m): 5:41am On May 18
Hmm
Re: New Nigerian Navy Ship Stops Over In Ghana. Greeted By Ghanaian Officials by udomonday: 5:46am On May 18
Rossinkup:
Was this stopover a sly message to Accra from Abuja, to not test the will of the African giant?

We are getting tired of all this harassment of Nigerians in Ghana.

nonsense.a giant that cannot build its weapons imaging celebrating a war ship that was built by another country.Nigeria is just a giant African clown.

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Re: New Nigerian Navy Ship Stops Over In Ghana. Greeted By Ghanaian Officials by Ladiesdoctor(m): 5:59am On May 18
The CDS applauded the Nigerian Navy, especially the Commanding Officer of the Ship, Captain Abdullateef Bappah Mahamud and his crew on their voyage from France to Ghana, and said, the achievement chalked by Nigeria was a shining example to Africa.
Very intelligent Officer Captain Abdullateef Bappah Mahmud.

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Re: New Nigerian Navy Ship Stops Over In Ghana. Greeted By Ghanaian Officials by Whitecoal711: 6:03am On May 18
Rossinkup:


A ship that is bugged can be debugged.

The Nigerian Navy has ship building capabilities, but not quite this level as of now.

This is NNS Andoni, built by the Nigerian Navy and commissioned in 2017. They are currently building a bigger ship, so it is a process.

NNS Andoni


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Re: New Nigerian Navy Ship Stops Over In Ghana. Greeted By Ghanaian Officials by chinoonew09(m): 6:14am On May 18
last last... Bokom haram would captures it and use it against 9ja men..
Re: New Nigerian Navy Ship Stops Over In Ghana. Greeted By Ghanaian Officials by seunlayi(m): 6:17am On May 18
undecided
Vaughanlanrewaj:




If the corrupt PDP/ GEJ administration that decommissioned Lana 1 had built a new one, this would have been the second ship so that we have both in use or one as back up when there's need for security reinforcements.

I am sure the Naval officers are happy and you can read the pride of being a Nigerian Navy personnel in the statement they made in Ghana. God bless President Muhammadu Buhari. God bless Nigeria.

Ogbeni, wẹ don hear you.

Nevertheless, with the way you are calling gej corrupt in all your post has really revealed your intention (awọn teamsaibaba). But listen, Gej won't just wake-up to decommissioned a ship if nothing is wrong with it, also for a govt to have decommissioned an high-tech ship, am sure the govt has a plan of replacing it which may not be easy because a high tech ship like this definitely cost a lot of money and time..... Remembered Gej was voted out, PMB is in his 6th year in office and the ship is not even yet in Naija although closer to us. If it had been easy, PMB would have commissioned this ship since 2015. Procurement of high tech ship is not the same as ordering a tecno phone from jumia grin (This ship was handed over to Nigeria in January and yet to arrive in Nigeria in May).
Please for conscience sake, stop portraying PMB as a saint, it will make you look fulish to a right thinking 9jarian

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Re: New Nigerian Navy Ship Stops Over In Ghana. Greeted By Ghanaian Officials by BigDawsNet: 6:39am On May 18
This should be the 10th official Nigeria Warships $7.5 billion per each...

What are the navy gonna do with it?...no war nothing...just cruise around the sea...


Why don't we get a missile instead...

We can easily lunch that into our enemies territories...

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Re: New Nigerian Navy Ship Stops Over In Ghana. Greeted By Ghanaian Officials by kindlyheart: 6:40am On May 18
impressive
Re: New Nigerian Navy Ship Stops Over In Ghana. Greeted By Ghanaian Officials by seunlayi(m): 6:41am On May 18
chinoonew09:
last last... Bokom haram would captures it and use it against 9ja men..
grin grin grin grin grin grin from North East?

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Re: New Nigerian Navy Ship Stops Over In Ghana. Greeted By Ghanaian Officials by McGg(m): 6:42am On May 18
It's just a survey vessel

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Re: New Nigerian Navy Ship Stops Over In Ghana. Greeted By Ghanaian Officials by FarahAideed: 6:48am On May 18
It's not a battle ship misterman but could be useful in support battle groups with critical data just like how AWS aircrafts supports military jets

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Re: New Nigerian Navy Ship Stops Over In Ghana. Greeted By Ghanaian Officials by tishbite41(m): 6:56am On May 18
Na wash

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Re: New Nigerian Navy Ship Stops Over In Ghana. Greeted By Ghanaian Officials by willybaby(m): 7:48am On May 18
Dear OP NNS LANA ain't a war ship but an hydrographic survey vessel, infact it's not even armed with a cannon talk more missiles or other armament our frigates or war ships are NNS Thunder, NNS Centenary, and the defunct NNS Aradu.. stop misleading Nigerians

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Re: New Nigerian Navy Ship Stops Over In Ghana. Greeted By Ghanaian Officials by Nuelito: 7:54am On May 18
Seen.... congratulations to them

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