- The pursuit of safety is a top priority in Nigeria right now as insecurity is on the rise
- Banditry, terrorism, kidnapping and all other forms of social vices are the order of the day in Nigeria today.
- To ensure your safety, you must first apply some very important tips to avoid becoming a victim of insecurity
The incessant rate of security threats in the country is becoming more and more alarming as the day goes on.
< p class="align-left">In practically all Regions of the country are registering cases of insecurity, which in turn has led to a series of interventions by all security agencies in the country.
However, the country’s security challenges seem to be increasing as this is due to poor governance and misappropriation of national resources.
Civil Societal organizations blame corruption for insecurity
Recently, a civil society group, the Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Center (CISLAC), blamed high levels of corruption in the defense and security sectors as the main problem of insecurity in the country.
Insecurity: Governor Matawalle approves gun purchases for residents of Zamfara
Also as a result of the insecure situation in the country, State of Zamfara Governor Bello Matawalle , who is fed up with the situation and the failure of the security agencies to save the dire state of security, stated that residents will start acquiring ammunition for self-defense.
Similarly In a more subtle and non-violent approach, the Delta State Police Command released 15 safety tips via its Twitter account on Friday, June 24th that will help the residents should follow to avoid becoming a victim of insecurity.
Here are the following 15 safety tips:
Tip 1. Never use bumper stickers that say where you work, especially if you have a respectable job.
Tip 2. Never share Pictures of your kids in their school uniforms or badges. Protect your kids!
Tip 3. If you go to parties, don’t let the band get you so high that you start making money. Use an envelope.
Tip 4. Don’t be the one trying to empty the ATM with big withdrawals…you don’t need 50,000 in your wallet to feel like a man.
Tip 5. Always delete your bank transaction notifications, especially SMS… You really can remember your bank balance… Scrap your POS/ATM Proof.
Tip 6. Don’t go jogging in the dark, you really should be smarter. If possible, get someone you trust as a company.
Tip 7. Always lock your doors, even if you’re only going out to turn off your generator.< /p >
Tip 8. Never carry your ID outside of your work place. Nobody needs to know where you work.
Tip 9. Be accountable to your spouse or parents; At each point, let someone know where you are.
Tip 10. As much as possible, don’t send children alone on errands outside of your home, they are easy targets .
Tip 11. Don’t try to show you’re the richest person in the neighborhood by making large donations at your estate gatherings, learn humility.
Tip 12. When giving, give modestly and privately; Learn to say, “I can’t spare that amount right now.”
Tip 13. Don’t stay in your office late after hours. This deadline work can be done later or at home if you wish.
Tip 14. Always make safety the number one factor in your decision!
Tip 15. Be careful what you post about yourself on social media
Finally, Buhari explains why insecurity will persist in Nigeria
Meanwhile, President Muhammadu Buhari explained why there is incessant insecurity in the country.
He explained that citizens must play their role in the fight against insecurity by working hand-in-hand with security agencies.
Buhari said his government has played its role in ensuring the safety of life and property across the federation.< /p>
Uncertainty Is Beyond Buhari, APC President Aspirant Says
Former Presidential Candidates Under the D According to the APC, however, Governor Ben Ayade of Cross River said Nigeria’s security challenges go beyond the president.
< p class="align-left">According to the governor, he stated that Nigeria urgently needed foreign intervention to salvage the situation.
He said the country’s current security strength is far below average to deal with the constant security challenges.