National Elections Commission Communications Director has dismissed as untrue, a report of pre-marked ballot papers in the Tuesday Run-off Presidential polls.

Henry Flomo termed the report as a propaganda intended to unjustly discredit the Commission.
Flomo is urging Liberians not to give credence to such report.
According to the report, a 25-year old man, Kouoh Gbliee, was arrested this morning at a polling center in Zubah Town, Electoral District #4, Montserrado County with an extra ballot paper allegedly pre-marked for one of the parties in the race.
But, speaking to this station Tuesday, Flomo denied the reports of pre-marked ballot papers, but said the individual in question and a female who issued the ballot paper have been arrested by the police.
He said contrary to claims of pre-marked ballot papers, the suspect who had gone to vote, claimed that the ballot issuer issued him two ballot papers; a situation he said is a serious contestation.
Flomo, however, quoted the ballot issuer identified as Cythia Ballah, as denying the claim by the voter.
Meanwhile, the NEC Director of Communications has confirmed that both the voter and ballot issuer are being investigated by police.

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