Official results from Senegal's presidential runoff give opposition leader Macky Sall more than 65 percent of the vote.
Sunday's vote pitted Sall against outgoing President Abdoulaye Wade, who received 34 percent.
The 85-year-old Wade conceded defeat within hours of the polls closing, easing concerns that he was attempting to serve a third term despite the constitution limiting a president to two terms.
Sall was one of 13 opposition candidates in the first round of the election, which Wade won with 35 percent of the vote. The losing candidates turned their support to Sall, who promised to reform the government and lower basic food costs.
Some information for this report was provided by AFP and Reuters.