The ‘soul mechanics’ helping traumatised seafarers in Nigeria | Guardian Careers | The Guardian

In July 2014 what had been a routine voyage for the 11 seafarers aboard MT Maro, turned into an ordeal that still isn’t over.

The ship, carrying crude oil, had been travelling from Ghana to Cameroon when its engine failed and drifted into a stretch of Nigerian water renowned for sea robberies near the port of Brass. But it wasn’t pirates who intercepted the vessel, it was the Nigerian navy.

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8 June 2016