- The NDC has won the disputed Sene seat with 16 votes
- According to the provisional result, NDC secured 13,116 as against NPP's 13,100
- The 2020 elections came off on Monday, December 7, 2020
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The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has been declared the winner of the disputed parliamentary seat in the Sene West Constituency in the Bono East Region.
In a report seen by YEN.com.gh on Myjoyonline.com, one of the polling stations in the constituency became a subject of contention, saw a petition for an interlocutory injunction by the New Patriotic Party (NPP) thrown out by the Wenchi High Court.
The injunction was being sought with regards to polls at the Tato ‘A’ polling station in Tato Bator.
The court ruling paved way for the Electoral Commission to declare the results of the parliamentary contest in the Sene West Constituency.
Following the counting of the Tato ‘A’ polling station ballots, the NDC secured 275 votes against the NPP’s 148 leaving the NDP with just 1 vote. A total of 47 votes were rejected.
The result was subsequently reconciled with that of other already collated from or stations after which the NDC’s Kwame Ampofo Twumasi won with a cumulative 13,116 against the NPP’s Joseph Markay Kuma who polled 13,100 per the provisional results.
With the latest update, the NDC has now increased their parliamentary seats to 137 same as the NPP with one independent.
Meanwhile, scores of supporters and sympathizers of the National Democratic Congress, NDC, are engaged in a face-off with police personnel at the Electoral Commission, EC, headquarters.
They massed up on the street of the Electoral Commission headquarters to protest against the election results declared in favour of the New Patriotic Party (NPP).
The counting was supervised by the EC officials in the company of Dan Kwaku Botwe of the NPP and NDC General Secretary, Johnson Asiedu Nketia among others.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on dailycelebrities.org, the protestors were spotted clad in black and red attires whiles chanting songs and wielding placards.
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