Sierra Leone's Presidential Run-Off Results to Be Challenged
Samura Kamara, the losing All People's Congress presidential candidate has said on national television that the result of the March 31 run-off was distorted due to "massive ballot stuffing, over-voting and fraudulent voter registers".
Deutsche Welle, 5 April 2018
Samura Kamara, the losing All People's Congress presidential candidate, will dispute the Sierra Leone election results. Kamara narrowly lost the presidency to Julius Maada Bio of… Read more »
A supporter of Julius Maada Bio and the Sierra Leone People's Party wears green paint, the party's color, outside of SLPP headquarters in Freetown, Sierra Leone.
Sierra Leone: Runner-Up in Presidential Poll Will Challenge Result
VOA, 6 April 2018
The losing candidate in Sierra Leone's presidential election has said he will challenge the results. Former Foreign Minister Samura Kamara announced the challenge Thursday, after… Read more »
Daily Trust, 5 April 2018
President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday congratulated Julius Maada Bio on his victory as the new President of Sierra Leone after the presidential election run-off on March 31. Read more »
UN News, 6 April 2018
United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres took note of the announcement by the National Electoral Commission on 4 April of the final results of the presidential… Read more »
As citizens await the official results, the ruling All People's Congress has said that early results are indicating that the party is in the lead and it does not expect the trend ... Read more »