Camarines Sur Gov. Migz Villafuerte questions movement of vote counting machines
The position of Camarines Sur Governor was a hotly contested one, which was why Gov. Migz Villafuerte was eagle-eyed when it came to the movement of the vote counting machines.
In a Facebook post, Villafuerte said he was leading by nearly 8,000 votes when 97.91 percent of the votes were counted.
But several areas stopped counting in the wee hours of Tuesday morning.
He then saw several men transporting counting machines to his opponent’s house in Tigaon. He questioned why a lot of machines were said to have been malfunctioned or put on hold.
Is transporting the machines allowed, he asked.
Looks like this race is going to be controversial!
“As of 5:30 AM, with 97.91% already transmitted to COMELEC, I’m still leading by 7,909 votes.
We have been closely monitoring the polls all night when suddenly, several areas completely stopped counting. We caught these guys transporting the vote counting machines to my opponent’s house in Abo, Tigaon. Many machines have “malfunctioned” and are “on hold.” Pwede ba magtransport ng vote counting machines sa private vehicles?? LTO, whose car is this?? Wtf!! ABS-CBN News GMA News ABS-CBN ABS-CBN,” Villafuerte posted.