The main opposition candidate in Tanzania’s presidential election has complained of widespread irregularities in Wednesday’s vote.
Tundu Lissu said there was evidence of shameless election fraud in one area in the main city, Dar es Salaam.
He added that agents of his Chadema party had been prevented from reaching some polling stations.
President John Magufuli, who’s standing for a second term, called for calm when he cast his ballot in Dodoma.
Voting on the Tanzanian mainland appears to have been largely peaceful.
On Tuesday, there was violence in the semi-autonomous islands of Zanzibar.
Police denied allegations by the opposition that 10 people were killed and said no-one had died.
President Magufuli’s party, the CCM, has been in charge in Tanzania for nearly 60 years.