Vote counting is underway in Zambia following the general elections in the southern African nation on Thursday.
Millions of people voted in what is seen as a hotly contested general and presidential elections.
Reports say several hundreds of people were in long queues to cast their ballot with some voters complaining about the slow pace of the process.
President Edgar Lungu had deployed more troops in parts of the country to quell election violence.
Lungu said election-day violence had killed two people, including the chairman of his party in North-Western province.
In a statement, he said he had directed the army commander “to quickly re-enforce security in North-Western, some parts of Western, and Southern provinces where this unprecedented violence is taking place”.