Mutsvangwa “Reveals” Why Chamisa Is “Afraid” To Admit That President Mnangagwa Won 2018 Presidential Elections

Former advisor to President Emmerson Mnangagwa, Ambassador Christopher Mutsvangwa has claimed that the leader of the opposition MDC Alliance, Nelson Chamisa knows that president Emmerson Mnangagwa won the 2018 presidential elections but does not want to accept defeat.

Mutsvangwa said that Chamisa is afraid of the MDC Constitution which provides that a presidential candidate who loses an election has to resign.

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Chamisa has since 2018 been refusing to acknowledge president Mnangagwa as the legitimate president of Zimbabwe arguing that the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission, in connivance with the ruling ZANU PF, manipulated election results in favour of Mnangagwa.

He filed an application at the Constitutional Court for a review of the election results and the court upheld the ZEC results saying that Chamisa had failed to present evidence to support his claim that elections had been rigged.

Recently, he announced that he had discovered new evidence which suggests that the elections had indeed been manipulated and said the MDC was planning to approach SADC over the matter.

Mutsvangwa, however, says Chamisa is just seeking attention. Watch the video below for more.

More: ZBC News

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Mutsvangwa “Reveals” Why Chamisa Is “Afraid” To Admit That President Mnangagwa Won 2018 Presidential Elections