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RB Leads EISA Observer Mission to Nigeria

Rupiah Banda will lead an election observer mission in Nigeria under the Electoral Institute of Sustainable Democracy in Africa (EISA).

The former Zambian Head of State will lead a team of 24 observers from February 12-20.

Banda will lead a team of 24 observers drawn from Civil Society Organisations and Election Management bodies from across Africa,” said EISA Executive Director Denis Kadima.

Kadima said Banda was a towering personality in African politics who had overseen a peaceful transition of power in Zambia after losing the 2011 general elections.

EISA is a Pan-African Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) specialized in democracy, elections and governance and promotion of credible elections on the African continent.

Banda has since left South Africa for the African Union (AU) in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia where he will chair the Eminent Panel meeting of Eastern and Southern African Trade and Development Bank (TDB) alongside the 32nd African Union Ordinary Summit of Heads of State and Government before proceeding to Abuja, Nigeria.

9 Comments

  1. Frank Bwalya

    Chi lupiya banda nichi silu

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  2. Kanyembo Terry

    If only you know how he terribly cried on that day! Surely you cannot say Peaceful transition of power.

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  3. RB

    Guys let me enjoy is my time after low you disappointed me in 2011 thus why I cried, surely you removed me from state house look at them ala

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  4. McDonald

    Ba Rupiah…….

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  5. Umuzambian

    These observer missions are just rubberstamp institutions, which, have became an instrument used by incumbent African presidents ,who depend on corrupt ex-presidents and ministers for political survival.The instrument is used in such a way that this corrupt ex-leaders are quick to endorse corrupt elections as free and fair.Then the African dictator gets strengthened by statements from such corrupt characters.

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  6. The scientist

    This is why is not good to comment on what you are not sure of, especially when you were not there. Peaceful transition

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  7. Makali One

    O weh. Mwa ona manje? Ba Lungu ba chenjele. Ba zipeze ba lila monha a Banda 🤣🤣🤣

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  8. Bruno mars the moonshine jungle master

    Time wasted to choose this chakolwa banda

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  9. SAM CASMAQ

    WOW THATS GREAT

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