MONROVIA – The ruling Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) has taken the National Elections Commission (NEC) and Senator-elect of Bomi County, Edwin Snowe, to court over alleged wide spread electoral fraud and irregularities across over 30 polling places in the county. The ComplaintAmong its litany of complaint, the CDC alleged that several tally sheets bearing Grand Gedeh County instead of Bomi was discovered in the county. “How possible would senatorial candidates from Grand Gedeh County become part of senate record of the count for senatorial candidates for Bomi County which constitutes gross irregularities and fraud,” the CDC averred in the complaint. “Additionally, on the tally sheet of the same polling place 139 [ballot papers] were discovered in the ballot box instead of 409, difference of 270 ballot papers,” the complaint stated. The Supreme Court, in response to their petition, has cited all parties including the NEC, CDC, Tyler and Rep. Snowe to appear for a conference on Wednesday, December 30, 2020 before Associate Justice Joseph Nagbe.
Source: Front Page Africa December 29, 2020 21:11 UTC