SKN CARICOM Youth Ambassador to be part of Ex-Tanzanian President Led Commonwealth Observers team For Presidential Poll
Photo Caption: Sourced Photo of Joy Napier with a background of the St. Kitts and Nevis flag.
By: Staff Writer
BEVERLY HILLS, February 01, – The Commonwealth has deployed a 20-member Observer Group, led by former President Jakaya Kikwete of Tanzania, for the February 16 Nigerian presidential election. Joy Napier, St. Kitts and Nevis’ CARICOM Youth Ambassador is among the 20 member Observer group.
In addition, Ms. Napier worked at the London based Henry Jackson Society, where she was tasked with organizing guest speakers to address the House of Commons in the British Parliament. Also, Napier was a 2010 fellow of the Madeline Albright Institute for Global Affairs focusing on the implementation of the Millennium Development Goals.
Members of the group included politicians, diplomats and experts in law, human rights, gender and election administration from across the Commonwealth. Among the delegation is St.Kitts-Nevis CARICOM Youth Ambassador Ms Joy Napier.
The release had Mrs Josephine Latu-Sanft quoted Ms Scotland as saying:
That an advance group of observers was deployed to Nigeria on January 28, while other members of the team were expected to arrive in Abuja on February 8.
The press release states:
Along with Joy Napier, the Other members of the Commonwealth Observer Group are:
Lesley Clark of Australia; Gary Dunn, former Commonwealth Deputy Secretary-General from Australia; Omar Jallow from The Gambia.