Millions of Kenyans went to the polls Tuesday to elect incumbent President Uhuru Kenyatta or veteran opposition leader Raila Odinga.
Kenyatta is hoping for a second term in office. The count so far gives him a commanding lead.
In a press conference, challenger Raila Odinga said hackers had breached electoral commission computers and manipulated the results.
CGTN’s Jane Kiyo reports.
To discuss the Kenya’s presidential election:
- Emira Woods, member of the International Working Group for Africans Rising and an Associate Fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies
- Nanjala Nyabola, writer and political analyst
- Abdullahi Boru Halakhe, security and policy analyst specializing in the Horn of Africa
- Dorina Bekoe, associate professor at the Africa Center for Strategic Studies