Elections in the Democratic Republic of Congo have been rife with disorganisation, violence and allegations of fraud.
In protest of the alleged irregularities, four out of the 11 presidential candidates running have demanded that the elections be annulled.
The angry candidates list "fictitious" polling stations and pre-marked ballot papers benefiting incumbent President Joseph Kabila among their concerns.
Al Jazeera's Yvonne Ndege reports from Kinshasa, DR Congo.
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