DR Congo anxious about election results

Citizens in central African nation face delay in receiving final vote tally for presidential poll.

    Voters in the Democratic Republic of Congo will have to wait at least another two days to find out who will be their president.

    Election results had been expected for Tuesday.

    But the election commission says it's not yet in a position to declare the winner.

    From Kinshasa, Yvonne Ndege reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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