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Hijacked Greek Oil vessel berths at Takoradi Port

 
August 11th 2014
The Director-General of the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority (GPHA), Mr. Richard Anamoo, says a Greek Oil vessel, MT Fair Artemis, hijacked by pirates off Ghana’s waters in June this year has finally berthed at the Takoradi Port to offload oil.

He said the pirates siphoned 3,500 metric tonnes of crude oil from the vessel into another vessel and voyaged to Benin for sale but luck run out for them and were arrested by the security agencies in that country.
Mr. Anamoo made the disclosure at the Sod-Cutting ceremony for Subsea 7 fabrication facility at the Takoradi Port on Friday.

The Director-General of GPHA led a delegation including the Western Regional Minister, Mr. Paul Evans Aidoo and his deputy, Mr. Alfred Ekow Gyan, the Director of Takoradi Port, Captain James Owusu Koranteng and some port officials to visit the recovered vessel, which was anchored at the breakwaters.

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Source: http://www.ghanamma.com/