The European Union has promised that none of its Election Observation Missions in Nigeria had left the country in spite of the postponement of the elections.
Sunemnce learnt the press officer, EU Election Observation Mission, Sarah Fradgley, made this known through a message in Abuja.
Fradgley said that all the EU Election Observation Missions were on ground to observe the Presidential and National Assembly, as well as the Governorship and State Houses of Assembly elections, shifted to February 23 and March 9, respectively.
“The EU Election Observation Mission still has its full core team in Abuja and its 40 long-term observers across the country,” she said.
It will be recalled that The EU had on January 21, deployed the Election Observation Missions grouped into 20 teams to observe the forthcoming elections in all the 36 states of the federation and the FCT.
The EU has observed all general elections in Nigeria since 1999. The Election Observation Missions are expected to be neutral and independent in their findings and conclusions.