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Zimbabweans in anxious wait for elections outcome


Contenders express hope process would be free and fair till the end

By Tajudeen Hamzat


Following the successful completion of voting in Zimbabwe’s General Elections, Monday, Zimbabweans are now in an anxious wait to find out the winner of particularly the presidential polls.

Incumbent President Emmerson Mnangagwaof ZANU-PF and MDC candidate, Nelson Chamisa are touted as frontrunners in the contest but the winner must secure at least 50 percent plus 1 of the total votes cast.

Former President Robert Mugabe, who had ruled the Southern African nation for all of 37 years until his ouster a few months ago, had all but endorsed the opposition in the polls.

Meanwhile, observers, including a delegation from the European Union, have already faulted the complete sanctity of the poll.



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