Incumbent Julius Maada Bio has been declared the winner of Sierra Leone’s presidential election but the opposition has disputed the count.
Official figures say that Mr Bio gained 56% of the vote. His main rival, Samura Kamara, trailed far behind with 41%.
After the first tranche of results were released on Monday, Dr Kamara called the outcome “daylight robbery”.
International election observers have highlighted problems with transparency in the tallying process.
Saturday’s vote took place amid tension but President Bio had called on Sierra Leoneans to “keep the peace”.
The 59-year-old is due to be sworn in for his second five-year term soon. The rivalry between him and Dr Kamara, 72, was a repeat of the closely fought 2018 election, which went to a second round.