Kenya's opposition has angrily described early results from the country's presidential election as "fake". With 85% of polling stations reporting results by the early hours of Wednesday morning, incumbent President Uhuru Kenyatta was seen to be leading his main challenger Raila Odinga by 54.8% to 44.3%.
But Mr Odinga, a former political prisoner who unsuccessfully used the courts to contest his defeat in the last presidential election in 2013, dismissed the count as "fictitious" - with the opposition's own tally indicating he is winning.
At a late-night news conference, he added: "We have our projections from our agents which show we are ahead by far. We fear this was exactly the reason Chris Msando was assassinated."
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