Suspected Pirates in Rivers State Flee Security Officials, Abandoning One Vessel With 11 Corpses

Published on December 2, 2019 by Johanna Loock   ·   No Comments December 02: Nigerian Government Security Agents on patrol around Ke waterways in Rivers State encountered suspected sea pirates at about 1530hrs on December 01. The suspected pirates who were traveling on three speedboats fled with two boats during the encounter, abandoning the third . Eleven corpses and one AK47 rifle were recovered from the abandoned boat. The corpses are…

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