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General Elections: EU Deploys Observation Mission To Nigeria

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The European Union (EU) has deployed an election observation mission to Nigeria to monitor the general elections coming up in February.

In a statement issued on Friday, the Press Officer, Modestus Chukwulaka, said the Election Observation Mission Team consists of 11 EU election analysts.

According to Chukwulaka, the team arrived in Nigeria on January 4, 2019 and will remain in the country until the completion of the elections.

They will also be joined later in January by 40 long-term observers who will be deployed across the country.

Chukwulaka also stated that the High Representative/Vice-President of the European Commission, Federica Mogherini, appointed Maria Arena as Chief Observer of the European Union Election Observation Mission (EU EOM).

Mogherini believes that the deployment of an EU EOM under the leadership of Arena will contribute to an inclusive and transparent electoral process.

She said, “As Africa’s largest economy and a key political and economic player in West Africa, Nigeria is an important partner for the EU.

“The EU is committed to supporting Nigeria’s path towards stronger democracy and further political stability, building on the 2015 general elections. I am confident that the deployment of an EU EOM under the leadership of Chief Observer Maria Arena, will contribute to an inclusive and transparent electoral process.”

On her part, the Chief Observer said, “It is a great honour for me to lead this important EU Election Observation Mission to Nigeria. I am hopeful that our observation will provide a meaningful contribution to the electoral and democratic process in Nigeria.”

The deployment of the EU Election Observation Mission, according to Chukwulaka, follows an invitation by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

The EU has consistently accompanied electoral processes and deployed an EOM to Nigeria’s general elections since 1999, as part of its commitment to supporting credible, transparent and inclusive elections in the country.


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20 Comments

  1. When you observe finish, what next, but you know say we no dey fear you

  2. it is a welcome idea, i thank Federica Mogherini the European Commission for deploying the (EU EOM) to Nigeria

  3. They will definitely make no difference

  4. Good one by the European Union. They have done very well

  5. That is fantastic favorite nicely one from the European Union

  6. This is cool with the European Union, it good.

  7. It is a good development.

  8. Good update thanks keep it up you the best

  9. Very Good. At list it will stop some Nigerian leaders from breaking the electoral rules

  10. Good work from EU, keep moving on.

  11. The world will be watching Nigeria during the general election

  12. One thing is that are they there in support of any party or they are neutral

  13. This will make Inec stand on their toes and conduct credible elections

  14. This is very acceptable from the EU.

  15. Will their coming prevent gigging from happening across the country

  16. Observations or no observations let the election be free and fair

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