Kenya elections: Electronic count system failure slows count

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Counting of Kenyan election results has slowed down because of problems with the electronic systems.

Returning officers were ordered to physically deliver paper copies of their constituency's tallies to the counting centre in the capital.

Election officials have urged patience.

The BBC's Gabriel Gatehouse reports from the National Elections Centre in Nairobi, where a choir has been filling the void left by the IT failure.

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