Plot To Announce Poll Results Before INEC Uncovered – DSS

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The Department of State Service (DSS) has uncovered plans by some persons to announce election results before the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC). The security outfit urged Nigerians and international observers to disregard any such announcement.

“Information at the disposal of this Service has revealed that certain mischievous persons or groups have concluded plans to announce election results before the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) concludes its collation exercise,” the DSS said this on Thursday in a statement signed by the Service spokesman, Marilyn Ogar.

“This statement therefore is to advice all citizens of Nigeria, election observers and the International community to disregard election results which are not announced by INEC, as the commission remains the only authentic body authorized to do so.

“Once more, we reiterate our call on all eligible voters to come out and exercise their franchise as security is guaranteed. We also want to seize this opportunity to remind voters to remain vigilant and to warn all those who have no business with the electoral process to keep away from Polling Units and Collation Centres,” Ogar said.

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