Kenya electoral commission warns opposition claiming victory for Odinga.

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Kenya's electoral commission has warned the opposition against claiming victory for its presidential candidate, RAILA ODINGA.

The Commission said the claim was in contrasts with provisional electronic results that puts President UHURU KENYATTA in a clear lead in Tuesday's poll.

Electoral commission chairman WAFULA CHEBUKATI said the body is the only one legally allowed to count votes, just as he accused the opposition coalition of basic mathematical errors.

However; the National Super Alliance says it has evidence that ODINGA had won the elections, which comes after the opposition candidate questioned the credibility of the vote tallying and alleged hacking of the election database.

In the meantime, clashes have been reported in Kenya’s north-eastern town of Garissa, between supporters of rival candidates for county governorship election.

Trouble started after ALI BUNOW KORANE of the Jubilee Coalition was announced the winner, which led to disgruntled rival party supporters setting the main market on fire.

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