Weah in Tight lead over JNB -President Nets 415,893, JNB Has 402,127

MONROVIA: With the ongoing progressive results being released by the National Elections Commission(NEC), President George Manneh Weah maintained a slight lead over his main rival, Ambassador Joseph Nyuma Boakai, Standard Bearer of the Unity Party after NEC came out with the tabulation thus far on the fourth day with the President netting a total of 415,893 registered voters against the 402,127 recorded by former Vice President Boakai.

The results came from 2,933 polling places out of the 5890 polling places nationwide and represents 49.8% of the total places. The interpretation of the results also means that President Weah got 44.58% of the votes declared thus far while Boakai got 43.1%.

Announcing the results on Saturday, October 14, 2023 the Chairperson of NEC, Madam Davidetta Brown-Lassanah, said the “Commission continues to improve the tally process with the aim to announce the final results in the coming days”

She said the electoral body called on all Liberians including political parties, coalitions, alliances, party agents and candidates to remain calm and await NEC to announce the final results and winners of October 10, 2023 presidential and legislative election.

According to the result, President Weah leads Boakai by 13,758 votes nationwide having garnered more votes in the 5 Southeastern counties, Montserrado, Grand Bassa and Rivercess counties.

Former VP Boakai is leading in Nimba, Lofa, Bomi, Gbarpolu, Grand Cape Mount and Margibi with a neck to neck battle with the President in Bong.

Below is the statistics from NEC for Saturday, October 14, 2023:

Saturday, October 14, 2023

BOMI 

Polling places -109 of 171 = 63.74%

UP  – 15,791 =51.42%

CDC  – 11,810 = 38.45%

BONG 

Polling places -190 of 555 =34.23%

UP  – 26741 =42.58%

CDC  – 26,675 =42.47%

GBARPOLU 

Polling places _96 of 134  =71.64%

UP   – 12,813 =44.65%

CDC  -11, 996 =41.81%

Grand Cape Mount 

Polling places – 40 of 213 =18.78%

UP – 6772 =54.16%

CDC – 4517 =36.12%

GRAND BASSA

Polling places – 167 of 405 =41.23%

CDC – 19890 =42.67%

UP – 18217= 39.08%

GRAND GEDEH

Polling places – 88 of 163 = 53.99%

CDC -18,864 =78.3%

UP – 2,439 =10.13%

GRAND KRU

Polling places  – 59 of 110 =53.64%

CDC – 13,986 =81.35

UP – 1,123 =6.53%

LOFA 

Polling places  – 325 of 424 = 76.65%

UP  – 54,887 =54.79%

CDC – 28,660 =28.61%

MARGIBI 

Polling places  – 57 of 441 =12.93%

UP – 8,069 =47.25%

CDC – 6,939 =40.63%

MARYLAND

Polling places  –  94 of 175 =53.71%

CDC  – 21,339= 73.18%

UP – 3,782 =12.97%

MONTSERRADO

Polling places – 1132 of 2008 =56.37%

CDC – 189402 =48.65%

UP  – 172,506 =44.31%

NIMBA

Polling places  – 309 of 736 = 52.99%

UP –  69,361 =56.41%

CDC  – 26340 =21.42%

RIVERCESS

Polling places  – 65 of 105 =61.90%

CDC – 9,827 =58.63%

UP – 4,486 =26.77%

RIVER GEE

Polling places – 69 of 98 =70.41%

CDC – 14, 411 =70.05%

UP – 3, 578 =17.39%

SINOE

Polling places 52 of 152  = 34.21

CDC – 11,239 =78.24%

UP – 1,572 =10.94%

Total – UP = 402,137

Total – CDC = 415,895

CDC leads 13, 758

1 Comment
  1. Samuel T kpayon says

    I’m happy for election results with in our country October 10 2023 from the election commission.

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