Liberia election, George Weah in the early lead




George Weah, is in early lead, according to the official provisional results of Tuesday presidential elections in Liberia.

The results were released by Mr Jerome Korkoya, Chairman of the National Elections Commission (NEC) at the commission’s headquarters in Monrovia.

He won in Bomi county with 3,763 votes, while Vice President Joseph Boakai got 2807 votes.

Weah also beat Boakai in Grand Bassa with 6950 votes.

A similar result emerged in Grand Kru, where Weah polled 3983 to Boakai’s 742 votes.

In Gbarpolu, Weah won 3075 votes, narrowly beating Boakai, who got 2768.

Vice President Joseph Boakai of the ruling Unity Party led in Lofa County, where he got a massive endorsement, winning 27,614 votes to Weah’s 2036 votes.

Weah won 1848 votes here and Boakai came out stronger here, with 4744 votes.

Weah won his highest vote of 38285 votes in Montserrado.


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