Sierra Leone’s 2018 General Elections.

Sierra Leoneans went to the polls to elect a president, a set of lawmakers and councillors to steer affairs of the West African country.

The elections body, the National Electoral Commission (NEC), had said repeatedly that it was ready to produce a free, fair and credible process.

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The polls slated for March 7 were crucial to the extent that the country was set to welcome a new president due to the ineligibility of Ernest Bai Koroma to stand for another term in office.

Koroma under the banner of the All People’s Congress (APC) had exhausted his two mandates as allowed by the constitution from 2007 – 2018.

Registered voters: 3,178,663 (1,654,228 females and 1,524,435 males)
Voter turnout: 2,67,549 (84.2%)
Parties that participated: 17 with 16 fielding presidential aspirants (14 men, 2women).
Parliamentary Aspirants: 795 (100 female, 695 male)
Chair / Mayor Aspirants: 120 (18 female, 102 male)
Local councillor Aspirants: 2,623 (464 female, 2,159 male)

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