Richard Kagoe BBC Africa, Nairobi
Kenyans are still waiting for results of the presidential election following voting on Tuesday that was characterised by low turnout.
The electoral commission is verifying results forms at the country’s national tallying centre in the capital, Nairobi
The centre is a hive of activity as agents from across the country hand-deliver the actual results sheet for verification
Provisional results show a tight race between the frontrunners, William Ruto and Raila Odinga.
Observers have lauded the electoral commission for a smooth voting exercise.
The electoral body has seven days after election day to declare the result.