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In Voters-Trucking: ECC Report Unmasks Pro-Temp Chie, Thomas Fallah, Musa Bility, Others

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MONROVIA: The Head of the Elections Coordinating Committee, Cllr Oscar Bloh, said the BVR Phases one and two process was characterized by Voters trucking in Bong County, Lofa, Nimba and Grand Kru Counties in contravention of section 10.1 of the new Elections Law of Liberia.

The ECC Boss said there are documented instances of truckings Reported by ECC observers, the ECC report added that in Lofa Electrical District number #1 at Sengar Palava Hut with Center Code 21083, ECC observer reported the trucking of voters to the registration center, “orchestrated” by Representative Thomas Fallah, a top official of the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC).

Cllr Bloh, in a statement issued yesterday disclosed that the group was intercepted by citizens who attempted to stop them from registering, which interfered with the registration process at Bong County Electoral District number #3 Meleki Town Hall, with Center Code 06085. Motorbikes and Kehkehs (tricycles) were seen transporting applicants to said registration center.

The ECC also disclosed that its observer received report that this was being financed by Lawmaker Melvin Cole’s Office in Monrovia.

It was also reported by ECC that Nimba County electoral District Five Aspirant, James Somah, was reported to have trucked applicants in a pick-up from Ganta to District number one to Yao lehpula, District number five, which resulted in a tragic motor accident. At least three persons died from the accident that also left several others injured.
The ECC narrated that in the same Nimba County, Electrical District number seven, it was reported that Aspirant Musa Bility was involved with voters trucking of applicants to Saclepea who were non-inhabitants.

In Grand Kru County, the ECC received a report of electrical district number #1 aspirant, Alfred Boe, and Senate Pro- Tempore Albert Chea being allegedly involved with voters trucking in Grand Kru from Maryland and other areas of the County.

Commenting on reports of underage Registration, during the BVR Phase two, he said ECC received report involving underage registration , while incident of underage registration were verified and confirmed in Grand Kru.

The ECC observer in Lofa Reported that the allegations were untrue ,that there are account of the incident from the Two counties.

In Grand Kru the ECC observer Reported that the Lutheran church, with Center Code 18018 as, well other areas in the country, were impacted by incidents of underage registration.

He said the NEC Magistrate issued additional instructions to registrants, to ask parents who visited the facility to certify the age of their children to sign a bond before proceeding with the registration in order to regulate the situation.

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