THE European Union Observer Mission said INEC should undo past wrongs by a free, fair and credible election in Osun state.
Mr David Young, Deputy Chief of Mission, United States embassy, said the US was committed to transparent and credible elections in Nigeria.
Young said the EU would continue to support the process that would promote peaceful elections.
While commending INEC for what it had done so far, Young urged the security agencies to be neutral in the election.
Mr Ketil Karlsen, the EU ambassador to Nigeria,said that the EU was hopeful that the modalities put in place by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to check vote-buying during the election would yield positive results.
But we are here to promote the process that would lead to credible, free and fair elections in Nigeria and we hope to see credible election on Saturday.
“We are also here to see stability and continuity in Nigeria,” Karlsen said.
Also speaking, Mr Dominic Williams, the Political Councillor, British High Commission, said the Osun election would be a signal to the 2019 general elections.
Williams said the EU would be watching to see how the election would be conducted and its impact on the 2019 general elections.
“We want free, fair and credible elections and we want candidates to show respect for the rule of the game and shun violence.
“We also appeal to the more the 1.2 million people that have collected their Permanent Voter Cards to come out en mass to vote,’’ Williams said.