That's all from our coverage of Uganda's presidential and parliamentary elections for today.
The long delay in getting the vote going in some places was criticised by the leader of the Commonwealth observer mission, ex-Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo, as "absolutely inexcusable".
There was also a lot of criticism after access to some social media sites was blocked while the voting was going on. President Yoweri Museveni said this was for security reasons.
And at the end of the day, we had the story of opposition candidate Kizza Beisgye's brief detention - the second time this has happened to him within a week.
But there was also a lot of excitement from Ugandans about the vote, many of whom proudly posted photos of their inked thumbs on social media.
The authorities have until Saturday to announce the results.
And we leave you with this photo of people in Kampala still queuing at a polling station at sunset.