Kenya elections: Ballots held aloft to prove transparency
Kenyans are awaiting results in their country's presidential election, after millions cast their votes on Monday.
With about a third of polling stations reporting, Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta held an early lead over his main rival, PM Raila Odinga.
The BBC's Sophie Ikenye reports from Nairobi, where every ballot paper has been held aloft try and ensure the election's transparency.
05 Mar 2013
- From the section Africa