Results of the 2017 Kenya general elections have started trickling in, moments after most polling stations across the country closed.
Most polling stations closed at 5pm on Tuesday, but the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) announced that everyone in the queue by 5pm would be allowed to vote. Polling stations that opened late would also remain open a little late.
With 171 out of 40,883 polling stations reporting President Uhuru Kenyatta of Jubilee led in the presidential race with 9,222 votes (59.91%), followed by Raila Odinga of ODM with 5,772 votes (37.5%). Japheth Kaluyu, an independent, had 315 votes (2.05%).
Follow the results as they trickle in here.