We’ll Monitor Nigeria’s 2023 Elections With Drones – Observer Group

By Adadainfo

All Nigerian Nationals in the Diaspora (ANNID) will deploy the state-of-the-arts facilities to monitor the 2023 general elections.

Dr Peter Mozie, president of the group, stated this while addressing newsmen on Friday via zoom.

Mozie, who is also the global chairman and grand patron of the Eastern Union (EU), warned that the 2023 general elections in Nigeria would not be business as usual.

He recalled that his group had been involved in electoral matters since 2011 in the areas of training of INEC accredited observers/monitors and organizing voter education/awareness programmes in the six geo-political zones of Nigeria.

According to him, “We’ve always deployed our UN-institute trained international election observers to observe elections across the continent.

“In 2015, during Nigeria’s general elections, ANNID was the only organization that was able to deploy observers in the 36 states and FCT.”

Dr Mozie said following their previous experiences on the fields, they had decided to re-strategize and deploy more modern technologies to meet the challenges of election observations and monitoring in the coming elections in Nigeria.

According to him, “ANNID in collaboration with NigerianAmerican Public Affairs Committee (NAPACUSA.ORG) will participate in the pre-election, elections and post-elections activities in the 2023 general elections.

“ANNID will most likely monitor the Coming Nigeria elections with drones. This has become very necessary to seriously checkmate election rigging, vote-buying, under-aged voting and other forms of electoral frauds, especially on the election days.

“Elections well observed and monitored are major conflicts prevention tools by bringing credibility and legitimacy to the election processes. It also goes a long way to deter election frauds in all areas.”

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