International Observers Arrive Nigeria For 2019 Election
As the 2019 general election draws closer, Not less 40 European Union (EU) observers have arrived the country for the polls.
@inecnigeria is still mute on the thousands of eligible voters that will be unable to vote due to INEC's fault. How do you explain to people that their voter's card were not printed from Abuja and yet believe you can conduct credible elections in the coming polls.
— naylove juya (@onemeonelove) January 29, 2019
Naija News learnt the leader of the EU Observers in charge of Oyo and Osun states, David Dahmen, disclosed this to journalists on Tuesday in Ibadan when he visited the Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC) in Oyo State, Mutiu Agboke.
Mr Dahmen, who was on a familiarisation tour, stated that the observers had been grouped into 20 teams to observe the forthcoming elections in all the states of the federation.
He said that he and Mukalay Banze, along with their Assistant, Sony Odiongenyi, would be in charge of Oyo and Osun states.
He said the observers would interact with some key stakeholders, INEC inclusive, in the course of their stay in the country.
“We have just been briefed by the Oyo REC on the preparations made by INEC in respect of the forthcoming elections,” Mr Dahmen said.
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