The running mate of one of Kenya's two front-runners in a presidential vote said on Thursday the ballot count lacked integrity and should stop, comments that could inflame a largely peaceful election so far.
"As a coalition we continue to call for calm, tolerance and peace among all Kenyans. However, this morning, we have called you to express serious reservations about the election exercise and in particular the tallying process going on at the Bomas of Kenya." said Kalonzo Musyoka, who is running beside Prime Minister Raila Odinga.
But he said his comments were not a call for protests. Odinga is trailing the leader, Uhuru Kenyatta, three days after the polls closed. Authorities said on Wednesday the outcome would not be compromised by the failure of electronic counting technology that has left Kenyans in the dark about the result.
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