Supporters of opposition presidential candidate Felix Tshisekedi party outside his headquarters as they wait for election results to be released in Kinshasa, Congo, Wednesday Jan. 9, 2019. As Congo anxiously awaits the outcome of the presidential election, many in the capital say they are convinced that the opposition won and that the delay in announcing results is allowing manipulation in favor of the ruling party.
Supporters of opposition presidential candidate Felix Tshisekedi party outside his headquarters as they wait for election results to be released in Kinshasa, Congo, Wednesday Jan. 9, 2019. As Congo anxiously awaits the outcome of the presidential election, many in the capital say they are convinced that the opposition won and that the delay in announcing results is allowing manipulation in favor of the ruling party. Jerome Delay AP Photo
Supporters of opposition presidential candidate Felix Tshisekedi party outside his headquarters as they wait for election results to be released in Kinshasa, Congo, Wednesday Jan. 9, 2019. As Congo anxiously awaits the outcome of the presidential election, many in the capital say they are convinced that the opposition won and that the delay in announcing results is allowing manipulation in favor of the ruling party. Jerome Delay AP Photo