It had emerged that although three candidates contested for the Essikado-Ketan parliamentary elections, the Electoral Commission announced results for six candidates.
The flyer designed by the EC announcing the results published on its website with the result of six candidates.
But the EC later deleted it and uploaded a different one with only the three candidates.
The constituency’s parliamentary polls has come under scrutiny by some members of the NDC.
A notice of poll, which was originally used for the election showed that three candidates contested the polls.
The candidates were Joe Ghartey of the NPP, Dr. Grace Ayensu Danquah- NDC and Frank Cobbinah of the Ghana Union Movement (GUM).
The New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) parliamentary candidate for the Essikado-Ketan constituency in the Western Region, Joe Ghartey was declared winner of the parliamentary election.
Out of the 52,392 votes cast, the Minister for Railways Development polled 26,701 whereas the National Democratic Congress’ (NDC) Dr. Grace Ayensu Danquah garnered 24,527 votes.
The candidature of the Ghana Union Movement’s (GUM), Frank Cobbinah was endorsed by 629 voters.
The other three candidates earlier added to the first artwork by the EC were Asamoah Agyemang who was given 26 votes, Sadick Sarfo, 27 votes, and Samuel Anokyi with 200 votes.