The Chief of Naval Staff, Vice-Admiral Ibok-Ette Ibas, said on Sunday that oil thieves will no longer have the capacity to transport stolen petroleum products.
Ibas said this shortly after addressing officers and ratings of the Nigerian Navy Ship Pathfinder Port Harcourt.
He said that troops will now be strategically positioned at “choke points” to prevent transportation of stolen petroleum products.
According to him, navy is also putting in place other tactical strategies to curb oil theft, piracy and attacks on oil and gas installations on the waterways and maritime environment.
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