Bourbon’s crew set free after kidnapping in Nigeria

Bourbon's crew set free after kidnapping in Nigeria

Three sailors kidnapped in April offshore Nigeria have been released.

Bourbon, a France-based provider of offshore support vessel has confirmed that the 3 Nigerian crew members abducted on board the Surfer 1440 off the coast of Nigeria on April 8, 2015, have been set free.

Bourbon said in a statement:“They are in good health and arrived at Port Harcourt on May 8, 2015. This news comes as a great relief to all BOURBON employees as a whole, who share the joy of the families. For obvious reasons of confidentiality, BOURBON shall not make any further comment.”

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