"We are supposed by now to have had results, but the delay has been caused by the fact that the opposition had complaints about the system of transmitting results".
Mr Kenyatta looked to have an unassailable lead, according to unofficial results streamed onto the election commission (IEBC) website, handing him 54 per cent compared to Mr Odinga's 44.7 per cent, with votes from over 96 per cent of polling stations counted. "This is basically the computer that is voting". "The declaration of the results will be based on the Form 34B that we will get from the Returning Officers", said Ms Maina.
Mbeki mentioned the high number of rejected ballots, nearly 400,000 so far, saying this was a problem of lack of voter education and "inflexibility" by polling agents.
Observers from the African Union and the European Union among others issued a joint statement urging political parties "to use the legally provided channels of dispute resolution in case of any dissatisfaction with the process", adding that police should "avoid excessive use of force". Police fired on rioters in Kawangware, a poor area of the capital, according to an Associated Press photographer.
More than 1,000 people were killed in a campaign of ethnic violence after Odinga - defeated by then-President Mwai Kibaki - claimed that vote was rigged.
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The incident happened shortly after the National Super Alliance (NASA) presidential race flagbearer claimed "massive" rigging in the Tuesday, August 8 elections, Zipo.co.ke has learnt.
Bernhard said some time stamps appeared out of order and it was hard to evaluate the veracity of screenshots without access to a server.
The other leaders are county governors, senators, members of parliament, women representatives and members of county assemblies.
Last night's rejection of the results updated on the portal of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has once again brought up the naming of the forms used in the collation of presidential election results.
His deputy Kalonzo Muyoka repeated the call for calm but said the opposition might call for unspecified "action" at a later date. At this point we have stated our position. "Uhuru must go home and IEBC must be fully accountable", Odinga told reporters at a news conference.