Opposition candidates reject Tanzania's 'illegitimate' election

In tonight's edition: Tanzania's opposition rejects what it sees as an "illegitimate" election. Candidates allege fraud and question the country's democratic integrity. Also, in his first public appearance since he was forced out following a bloody post-electoral crisis in 2010-11, former Ivorian president Laurent Gbagbo calls for dialogue ahead of the country's polls on Saturday. And finally, in a bid to tackle imported food shortages that have followed the border closures caused by the pandemic, a project in Benin is helping people grow their own food on rooftops.