Kenya election: Computer bug blamed for vote error
Kenya's electoral commission has said that a computer bug is to blame for a large number of rejected votes in the tallying of the presidential election.
Issack Hassan said the computer was multiplying each rejected vote by a factor of eight.
This led to huge disputes and allegations of fraud. Vote-tallying has been restarted by hand following this and other glitches but Uhuru Kenyatta still has a large lead over Prime Minister Raila Odinga.
James Copnall reports from Nairobi
08 Mar 2013