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BREAKING NEWS: EU Observation Mission condemns violence hours to elections



The European Union Observation Mission (EU EOM) to the 2023 General Elections have condemned the recent act of violence in the country.

In a statement in Abuja on Friday, the EU EOM singled out the recent politically-linked assassination in some parts of the country leading up to the election day. CONTINUE READING

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The EU EOM Chief Observer, Barry Andrews urged all electoral stakeholders to engage in a manner that reflects the spirit of the Peace Accord signed on Feb. 22.

Andrews urged the candidates, political parties, their supporters and all Nigerians to act responsibly for a peaceful, free, fair, transparent and credible elections.

The EU EOM will continue to observe the electoral process, including the transparency of the election administration, the impartiality of security agencies, and the independence of the judiciary.

The EU Election Observation Mission has been deployed by the European Union upon an invitation from the Independent National Electoral Commission.”

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that on Feb. 23 some unknown gunmen killed Oyibo Chukwu, Labour Party Senatorial Candidate for Enugu East District.

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