SSS Allays Fear Of Post Elections Violent Rumour

 

 

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ABUJA –

 

SECURITY agents have warned people spreading rumour of post election violence to stop doing so as the general elections are getting closer.

The State Security Service –SSS, urged Nigerians to remain where they are, as the service assured the citizens of their safety before, during and after this month’s elections.

In a statement issued in Abuja Friday, the security agents said its attention had been drawn to the news of people relocating to their state of origin as a result of fear.

The statement issued by the spokesperson of SSS, Ms. Marilyn Ogar, warned those spreading rumours to desist from doing so.

“We wish to reassure the public of their safety wherever they reside as adequate security is assured for all before, during and after the elections,’’ the statement said.

“We want to also seize this opportunity to caution those who spread falsehood or rumours of violence to desist from such acts. Those who intend to foment trouble are hereby warned that there will be no hiding place, as the long arm of the law will fish them out,” the statement said.

 

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