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Ondo Decides 2020: NYSC DG Warns Corps Members Against Posting Election Results on Social Media

Ondo Decides 2020: NYSC DG Warns Corps Members Against Posti

The Director-General of the National Youth Service Corps, Shuaibu Ibrahim, has told corps members that will be serving as ad-hoc staff at the forthcoming governorship election in Ondo State not to post results of the election on social media.

Issuing this warning while speaking on Friday, Ibrahim warned corps members against getting involved in any activity that could make them break electoral laws.

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Ibrahim, who was on an official visit to the state ahead of the governorship election, urged corps members to maintain the neutrality that they were known for.

He also advised the corps members to always be security conscious and situationally aware of their environment.

“You should not compromise the integrity of the scheme and not post results of the election on social media,” the NYSC boss warned.

The DG later visited the Deji of Akure, Oba Aladetoyinbo Aladelusi, saying the visit was important because traditional institutions were also stakeholders in the electoral process and were in the best position to speak to their subjects on peaceful conduct during elections.

”The traditional institutions are also stakeholders in the electoral process. Please help urge the good people of Akure and Ondo State in general to protect corps members,” he appealed to the monarch.

“I assure you of the support from the NYSC. Our corps members are digital corps members, always tell them what you want. I want to urge you to tap into their resources of corps members around you,” Ibrahim added.

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