Reps move against commercialization of Navy led, by Shorefac Consortium Limited
defence to halt all further arrangements on commercialisation of the Nigeria
Navy by foreign groups, managed by Shorefac Consortium Limited
with Shorefac Consortium Limited of which has solid international affiliations
will lead to unwarranted exposure of the country to foreign intrusion
Nigerian oil and gas sector.
cabals, whose main target is to steal and divert Nigeria’s crude oil and
liquefied gas to international destinations.
cabal, the House in its determination, directed the ministry of defence to halt
all further movements on commercialisation of the Nigeria Navy by foreign
groups, led by Shorefac Consortium Limited.
on matter of urgent public importance sponsored by Ehiozuwa Johnson Agbonayinma,
representing Egor/Ikoba-Okha Federal Constituency of Edo state.
Consortium Limited of which has a strong international association of trying to
team up with the Nigerian Navy in commercializing the Maritime Services
Department of the Navy
oil and gas sector states:
Shorefac Consortium Limited made a proposal of a business model to the Ministry
of Defence that would deliver 100 fast boats to the Nigerian Navy, together
with an offer of maintenance support, all at no cost to the government.
in order to recoup its investments, would become a commercial partner to the
Nigerian Navy in commercializing the Maritime Services Department of the Navy
which would then be expected to provide security services at a cost to
International Oil Companies and other owners and operators of offshore assets.
Limited has strong international affiliations, therefore, engaging such a
company to collaborate with a key arm of the nation’s Armed Forces will amount
to commercializing its core constitutional role and cause undue exposure of the
country to foreign interference.
Forces is the priority of the Federal Government, which must shield them from
all manners of commercial ventures that could put the country’s security at
any sector of the Armed Forces would bring about profiteering that is devoid of
allegiance to national causes, and ultimately erode the core military values of
order and discipline as personnel would begin to compete to be part of the
lucrative commercial business.”