In Kenya, pending election results keep the nation in suspense

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Kenyans are waiting to find out who their next president will be – three days after they went to the polls. For the first time, results from each voting station are available online as they’re counted – in a bid to avoid claims of rigging.

That’s seen supporters of both front-runners counting alongside the Electoral Commission – and confident in their candidate.

Al Jazeera’s Malcolm Webb reports from Nairobi, Kenya.

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