The elections are slated for November 12, 2017.
Speaking to IGIHE, Habumuremyi said that such responsibilities are given to former head of state and or government.
“I’m leading a delegation of 30 people from 30 African countries; among them are parliamentarians in their respective countries and representatives of political parties,” he said.
He said that the delegation commends Rwanda’s leadership under President Paul Kagame. He said Africa is proud of how Rwanda demonstrates the potentials of development.
According to Equatorial Guinea election council, a total of 325,554 people are registered to cast their votes in the elections.