The National Electoral Commission yesterday (September 12) announced that they are still looking into the complaints and reports of irregularities.
This announcement was made during the regular release of cumulative Presidential runoff results by the Commission at the NEC Media Center at British Council, Tower hill.
Dr Thorpe said that they know that by now the Commission has received all the complaints from polling day.
She reiterated that 100% voting will be invalidated.
For the Presidential results, Ernest Koroma (APC) still maintains the lead with 564,927 votes, which is 59% of the total votes counted so far.
Solomon Berewa trails with 400,218 which is 41% of the total votes. Ernest Koroma is now leading Solomon Berewa with 164,709 votes, though Berewa has gained back another percentage point.
It should however be made clear that the winner will be decided not on percentages but on simple majority on the total figures.
These results Dr Thorpe said are coming from all the 14 districts and from 3,129 polling station out of 6,157 polling stations nationwide.
The results represent 50.8% of all the votes cast.
She pointed out that there are still 3,028 polling stations pending and that the average national turnout is currently 72.4%.
The NEC Commissioner revealed also that there are 23,935 invalid votes, representing 2.4% of total votes cast.