WHILE ELECTION APPROACHES 



The Nation is fast approaching another period of electing leaders and as usual, the streets of various cities is already alive with several billboards, posters and even handbills littered every where with pictures of political aspirants alongside their promises and manifestos.

Sadly, this is not the only thing that marks the beginning of an electoral period. The other most inevitable side is the increased rate of crime!. Loss of lives and properties is most prevalent during this time, and we have no other choice than to protect our lives, and properties as well as loved ones.

As elections are about to commence, I will be informing, educating and enlightening you all on the “DO’S” and “DONT’S” in which all of you must  keep into consideration, so as to avoid any unforeseen tragedy. These and many more will I bring to you as the week progresses.


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 argument 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 on 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.

Have a lovely day ahead and ensure to check in tomorrow for more. Stay safe!!!


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