BREAKING NEWS: ED magnanimous in victory as he urges unity



Tichaona Zindoga
President Emmerson Mnangagwa urged unity and peace as he accepted victory of the Presidential election whose results were announced Saturday night.


Mnangagwa polled 52.6 percent, bettering his nearest rival, Nelson Chamisa of the Citizens Coalition for Change who had 44 of the vote that took place on August 23-24.


The grueling process also saw Zanu-PF – the President’s revolutionary party, attaining 136 seats in Parliament, while CCC scooped 73.


In an address at State House this Sunday, Mnangagwa was magnanimous and pitched a united, peaceful and diligent post-election.

“The elections have come and gone,” the President said.
“I’m humbled by the trust and confidence that you my countrymen and women have reposed in me, to once again serve as President of our great country, Zimbabwe.”


Turning to his rivals, Mnangagwa said: “There are no winners or losers, but one united people of Zimbabwe.”
Earlier, Chamisa claimed on X that the outcome was “blatant and gigantic fraud'”.

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