Moses Y. Kollie Rejects Lofa’s Senate results Calls for Recounts in 9 of the 424 Polling Places

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Chief Moses Y. Kollie who contested for the Senate on the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) ticket in the just ended October 10, 2023 elections has submitted an official complaint to the National Elections Commission. According to a communication in the possession of Ableejay TV/Radio, the ruling party senatorial Candidate stated that the NEC’s pronouncement on Sunday, October 15, 2023, raises some concerns as it indicates a margin of 421 votes against he, the main challenger. The communication furthered that according to their results, the opponent won the Senate election with 37,621 votes, while they obtained 37,200 votes. Chief Moses Y. Kollie, communication disclosed that after carefully reviewing the statements, they have dedicated time to thoroughly analyze the figures in question. He added that they took into account various factors, including the circumstances surrounding the acquisition and counting of the votes.“Based on our review, we have found empirical evidence that suggests we have been treated unfairly and the votes pronounced, are less than what we  truly  acquired. This conclusion is supported by the significant discrepancies, electoral irregularities and miscalculations of figures, which have had a negative impact on our results”. The communication emphasized. However, based on these circumstances, the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC), have taken the initiative to formally submit a complaint to the  Chairperson of the National Elections Commission, requesting for  an immediate investigation and full recount of the Senatorial candidates’ votes in nine  specific polling places out of the 424 polling places; adding that these areas have experienced significant challenges that have compromised  their victory.

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