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Zimbabwe polls: Mugabe’s men in disarray


President Mnangagwa has not done much to guarantee free polls – Observers

By Anthony Opara


Ahead of next month’s General Elections in Zimbabwe, the camp of former president Robert Mugabe is now in disarray, The Difference has learnt.

Meanwhile, election observers are alleging that the current administration of President Emmerson Mnangagwa has not done much to guarantee free polls with reported interference of security agencies in the polling process.

Zimbabwe’s elections in July is the first in which the former President would not be on the ballot since the Southern African nation attained the status of an independent nation in 1980.


Zimbabwe President, Emmerson Mnangagwa


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