By E. J. Nathaniel Daygbor
National Elections Commission’s board of commissioners have reserved ruling into Maryland County District #2, electoral fraud case involving House Speaker Bhofal Chambers, of the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change and Candidate Anthony Williams of the opposition Collaborating Political Parties.
The electoral body chiefs reached the decision after entertaining arguments from the parties during open hearing at its Monrovia headquarters. The ruling date has not been set.
NEC Chairperson Davidetta Browne Lansanah said the date will be subsequently announced.
Chambers’ legal team complaint of electoral malpractices in Maryland County Electoral District #2.citing voter intimidation, interference and ballot stuffing.
In an audio the Oracle News Daily accessed, a senior election staff is heard confessing to manipulating votes and how the county election system was compromised.
The number of people who cast ballots on voting day outnumbered the National Elections Commission established threshold for polling stations, elections authorities’ official record of return shows.
Results in the Old Sodoken, Pleebo area, the heartland of the District’s electoral crisis cannot tally, leaving a disturbing variance, which evince apparent vote tampering.
On Oct. 10, voting day Country Devil’ unceremoniously appeared in Old Sodoken town igniting fear and pushing polling staff and observers to flee for safety.
The dreadful mask appearance disrupted vote count in the town where results from two polling places were plagued with a series of controversies.