The National Democratic Congress (NDC ) is leading the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the contentious Sene West Parliamentary seat with a difference of 16 votes.
The NDC’s Kwame Ampofo Twumasi currently has a total of 13,116 votes as against the New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) Joseph Markay Kuma’s 13,100 votes.
The Returning Officer for the constituency is yet to declare the winner.
The EC officers are re-tabulating the figures before the declaration.
In the contentious D/A Primary School Tato, Battor 1 polling station where a ballot box was snatched and resulted in the matter ending up in court, the NDC won that polling station with 275 votes as against the NPP’s 148 votes, reports Graphic Online’s correspondent, Emmanuel Adu-Gyamerah.
The votes in the disputed ballot box was counted Thursday afternoon [December 17, 2020] following a court order.
More to follow…