June 21, 2024

So-Safe Corps sues citizens, residents for total compliance with election rules in Ogun

So-Safe Corps sues citizens, residents for total compliance with election rules in Ogun

Babajide Williams

The Ogun State-owned Security Outfit known as Ogun State Community, Social Orientation and Safety Corps, So-Safe Corps, has advised the general public to abide by the rules guiding the 2023 General Elections.

This is contained in the press release issued from the office of the State Commander of the Agency, Commander (Dr) Soji Ganzallo said that in view of the Saturday 25th February 2023 Presidential and National Assembly Elections respectively, every law-abiding Nigerian and eligible electorate should take note that human and vehicular movement is restricted between 12 midnight and 6 pm except for those on official duties like Electoral officers, Int’l and Domestic Observers etc.

Parents and guardians are advised to caution their children not to play on the roads or obstruct those on election duties, and citizens are to shun putting on colours, and insignia that represent any party and should not go to the polling booth with any harmful object or behaviour that can affect electorates psychologically.

Ganzallo further enjoined the eligible voters to go out en masse to exercise their civic rights and should not allow themselves to be used for distortion and disruption of the peaceful atmosphere of the election.

Ganzallo noted that the following Joint Operation Room numbers 08162435473,09133828725,09153993019, 09010483704 should be called, in case of any action that can negate the peaceful conduct of the election is noticed.

Remember, you are to go out with your clear permanent voters’ card with no other items except integrity he admonished.

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