Vote-counting is under way in Gambia, after Thursday's presidential polls. The latest reports indicate that opposition candidate Adama Barrow, has won the capital Banjul. According to Gambia's Independent Electoral Commission Barrow took nearly 50 percent of the vote in Banjul's three constituencies, while Jammeh had 43 percent. Third party candidate Mama Kandeh took 7.6 percent. However, nationwide, less than 15 percent of the ballots have been counted from the almost 890,000 registered voters.