Topor Challenges Sen. Brown’s Win -Approaches S/Court on Appeal

MONROVIA: A Maryland County Senatorial Candidate on the platform of Liberia National Union (LINU) Dr. Wollor Topor has gone to the Supreme Court of Liberia in demand for a recount in the senatorial election and examination of the decision taken by the National Elections Board of Commission declaring Senator J. Gblebo Brown the winner of the county’s seat in the Upper House of the 55th Legislature.

Addressing a major press conference in Monrovia, Wednesday, December 20, 2023 Senatorial Candidate Dr. Wollor E. Topor alleged that he was robbed of his votes needed for a win, and  therefore filed a Bill of Exception to the Supreme Court on Thursday to comprehensively examine the decision by NEC.

Dr. Topor stated that his team has followed all the initial processes to address his grievance in line with Article 83 (c) of the 1986 Constitution of Liberia and the election law by filing their compliant with the Elections Magistrate in the county and the full board of NEC

He told journalists that his team filed its compliant within the time frame on October 16, 2023, and case was heard by the NEC designated hearing officers Mr. Richard M. Dafuwah at which time they provided evidence.

He explained that several of the tally sheets were not stamped, figures were tampering with and the average number of valid and invalid votes recorded more than the total number of ballot papers recorded in the ballot box from precincts 27024, in Electoral District #2 in Maryland County.

“Our opponent led the Senate race with 1, 2712 votes while we obtained 1, 1618 votes. What the NEC pronounced and placed on the website is quite different from what is on the NEC official tally sheet issued to us right after the tally process.” Dr. Topor stated.

NEC pronounced we obtained 11,618 votes while official tally sheet say we obtained 11, 918 with votes difference from 300 votes, does this not call for recount’’ he noted.

Dr. Topor further disclosed that these irregularities are alarming and warrant recount, saying that the hearing officers and the NEC Board of Commissioners made error in the manner and form in which they conducted the entire process proceeded, claiming that NEC did not properly examine all the evidence presented.

“We are taking our appeal to the Supreme Court to examine the decision taken by the NEC to declare Mr. Brown winner of the Senatorial race in the county,” he said.

“In our Bill of Exception, we are only demanding a recount in the process. And so, from here I am meeting with my legal team because they have already prepared the Bill of Exception and we will file it with the Supreme Court today, December 20,’’ Dr. Topor stated.

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