Speaking in an interview with FrontPageAfrica over the weekend, Mr. Watson’s lawyer, Counselor, Alhaji Swaliho Sesay, claimed that Mr. Taylor had two voter registration cards with different identification numbers. He maintained that the Mr. Taylor was only needed to change or replace his old lost or damaged voter registration card, instead of re-registering as a new voter to partake in the election. Mr. Watson denied reports that he was engaged by elders of the county to forgo his decision to institute a lawsuit against the process. “When I lost my voting card, in 2020 candidate nomination started from September 1-21. Section 3.5 of the election law states that: “Each voter, after his/her name has been entered on the registration roll, shall be given a registration card by the registrar.
Source: Front Page Africa February 15, 2021 08:26 UTC