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Nigeria 2020: Security Tips For Staying Safe While Election Approaches by Nobody: 3:16am On Dec 06, 2018
Hello guys, we all know the latest trend in the region. The hour is unholy and many are going to fall victims some may end up dead, some may go missing and many unholy things might happen. It is a fact that can’t be avoided or pushed aside.

To this this period calls for some sort of security consciousness amongst individuals, friends, family, relatives and well-wishers. It is this need that inspired this post, though originally written by a friend but updated by AprokoGist.

This period comes with it the General Elections and also a season when evil men increase the rate of blood shed just for the sake of money making.

Beware of Yahoo plus, Political influencers, and unholy associations.

Below are some well-crafted points that will keep you safe throughout this unholy period. Read carefully and stay safe.

1. Do Not Argue About Politics in Public

If you belong to a particular political party and there is an argument about another political party, then it is important that you do not join in. This is so that you don't dabble into the augment that may warrant a fight to ensue.

2. Always Get Back home On Time

The election period in various countries of the world, may be a time for violence to develop; therefore it is appropriate that you do not stay out late. As a matter of fact you have got to get home early.

3. Do Not Criticize Any Politician

Do not attempt to criticize any politician of the opposition party in your community in public. This is because if you do, you might be stepping one the toes of people who may want to be harmful.

4. Do not Support or Wear Political Campaign Uniforms to polling unit

If you belong to any political party, it may be better that you do not wear political party uniforms. This is so that you do not attract the attention of opposition party members who may be irritated by it. More often than not these party members may be all out to injure others.

5. Don’t Keep Late Nights

It is very needful that during election period, you wrap up all you have to do before late night. As a matter of fact most organizations in Nigeria for instance, to a very large extent preach that their workers must not prowl at late night.

6. Always Listen to the News

One of the ways to be security conscious during election time is to always stay abreast with issues. One of the ways to comfortably do this is by listening to the news always.

7. Don’t Disclose Who You Will Vote For at the Polls

During election period, people have different Candidates they pledge allegiance to. Some of them go as far as picking up a fight with those who aren’t in the same camp with them. Therefore it would do you well not to disclose whom you plan to vote for.

8. Once You Cast Your Vote Go Straight to Your House

One of the ways to stay secure during elections is by returning home after casting your vote. Staying back, for loitering with other supporters after casting your vote may be detrimental.

9. Don’t Move About With Huge Cash

If you have plans to move around with huge amount of cash during election, then you want to consider having a re-think, as this is no time to do such. Miscreants take advantage of the period to rob people off their valuables.

10. When Driving, Ensure That Your Car Central Lock is activated

Do not drive without making sure that your car central lock is activated. You need to be safe inside your vehicle, rather than unsafe.

11. Steer Clear Undefined Crowd or Groups of People

It is very needful that you do not associate yourself with undefined crowd or group of people who take delight in analyzing political issues and candidates in public.

12. If you must hang out with Friends, Ensure that it is Safe to Do So

Should you want to hang out with friends, then you must really be sure that you do this in a very secure area. It has to be in a non-violent area, or an area that is less prone to violence.

13. Don’t Move About With Expensive Gadgets (Mobile Device)

You would be doing yourself a world of good, if you do not move around with expensive gadgets. This is so that you do not run into scoundrels who may want to rob you off them.

14. Minimize Your Family Outings during Elections Period

It is important that you minimize your Family Outings during election. This is because of the pockets of troubles which may ensue and which makes your family vulnerable to any attack.

15. Stock up Your Home with Food

The election period is a period that enforces the stay at home order. Therefore, it is vital to store up the house with all the food stuff and ingredients that is needed so as to avoid incessant outings to the markets and malls.

16. Have Your Doctor’s Number Handy

If you do not have a medical person’s details handy, then you may want to know that you need to do this. So that you can call whenever you need a medical assistance during election.



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