A political ally of Kenya's president-elect William Ruto has dismissed demands from his rival Raila Odinga that the presidential election result be decalred null and void.
Musalia Mudavadi told BBC Focus on Africa radio that there was "no problem".
"We have a few individuals who are perennially always on the road to dispute the results."
Mr Odinga argued that the head of the electoral commission had broken the law, by announcing the result on Monday evening without the backing of all seven commissioners.
But Mr Mudavadi said: "Commissioners do not determine the results, commissioners collate the results… and the results are in the public domain. There is nothing that is untoward."