The Nigerian Navy (NN) has said it has been using military grade phones with inbuilt tracking facilities to tackle maritime security challenges.
Already, Commanding Officers of NN warships carry such phones to enable them track vessels and their locations within the country’s territorial waters for improved operational efficiency, Chief of the Naval Staff (CNS) Vice Admiral Ibok-Ete Ibas said.
Ibas spoke in Lagos during an aside interview with reporters at the opening ceremony of a transformation workshop on performance thinking, leadership and organisational agility for naval officers within junior, middle and senior cadre.
The CNS, who was represented by the Chief of Navy Transformation (CTRANS) Rear Admiral Ifeola Mohammed, said the Navy was running its operations with technology.
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