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New Nigerian naval chief issues warning to corrupt personnel

The Nigerian navy has gotten a new chief of naval staff, and he is prepared to take severe actions against employees who collaborate with "bandits, kidnappers and armed robbers," writes security firm Dryad Global.

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The Nigerian navy has gotten a new chief of naval staff, and he will use severe measures against corrupt employees.

According to security firm Dryad Global, the new chief of naval staff, Rear Admiral Zubairo Gambo, has commented that some employees of the navy have been collaborating with drugdealers, bandits, kidnappers and armed robbers. And he will not tolerate this.

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