Prosecutor on arrested Monjasa ship: They lacked papers

Monjasa vessel MT Anuket Emerald entered Nigerian waters without proper documentation, license or permit, says the Nigerian prosecutor.

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Article corrected on October 8. 2015, adding comment from Monjasa CEO Anders Østergaard.

Bunker ship MT Anuket Emerald, which was chartered by Monjasa when it was arrested by the Nigerian navy on March 8th this year, entered Nigeria's Exclusive Economic Zone without proper documentation, license or permit.

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