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Nigeria’s anti-piracy initiative seen as a long-term solution

Analyst warns the antipiracy project’s benefits will take time to emerge and depend on several factors. A recent lull in piracy is down to the rainy season, not better enforcement, he said

Nigeria’s promises to crack down on maritime crime should be taken with a grain of salt, Risk Intelligence senior analyst Dirk Siebels told a webinar. Its progress on surveillance is welcome but the region still lacks the physical and legal means to intercept, arrest and prosecute pirates

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