Burundi Vote Challenge

Burundi's leading opposition party- The National Council for Liberty-CNL, says it will challenge the results of the country's general election held last week. The challange comes after the ruling party's candidate Evariste Ndayishimiye was named winner of the polls with 68.72 percent of the votes, while Agathon Rwasa, the main opposition leader, received 24.19 percent. The May 20 vote, which was contested by seven presidential hopefuls, was meant to usher in the first democratic transfer of power in 58 years of independence.

In an exclusive interview with Channel Africa , CNL leader Agathon Rwasa, says his party observed many irregularities during last week's election.