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DSS Gives Voters Security Tips for Election Day

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Marilyn Ogar

 

Ahead of the presidential elections scheduled to hold on Saturday, March 28th, the Department of State Services (DSS) is giving voters some security tips to observe.

Here’s a summary of the tips, as reported by Premium Times:

  • Be wary of persons who dress in “loose or bulky midriff clothing”
  • Remain vigilant in crowded environments before, during and after the elections and abide by all stipulated guidelines emplaced to ensure peaceful conduct
  • Look out for unattended bags, luggage, dustbins, strange containers and other suspicious items
  • All vehicles, motorcycles, tricycles and bicycles must be parked far away from the polling stations
  • All forms of trading should be discouraged, suspicious persons, activities and movements should be promptly reported to security agents

“Once again, we restate our commitment to ensuring a peaceful atmosphere for all Nigerians to contribute toward strengthening our democracy,” said Marilyn Ogar, the DSS spokesperson.

2 Comments

  1. tee

    March 26, 2015 at 9:52 am

    marilyn, marilyn where have you been………..you have suddenly become quiet

  2. Moyo

    March 26, 2015 at 10:13 am

    This is the only country where the State Security Service craves attention. I thought they were supposed to be silent and out of sight gathering security intelligence reports. These reports are now given to the police to send out the security tips. Mscheeew.

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