President Emmerson Mnangagwa has been re-elected to a second term as Zimbabwean President in a hotly contested election.
The Saturday results will mark the final term of Mnangagwa in a country which has a history of violence and undisputed election results.
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The opposition through their spokesperson issued a statement noting that the results had been assembled in a rush without verification.
ZANU-PF party will now retain the top seat, a position they have been holding for 43 years of the country’s history after it was renamed after attaining independence in 1980.
So fat Zimbabwe has had only two leaders since independence, Robert Mugabe who passed on and now Emmerson Mnangagwa.