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Dabengwa confident Con-Court will overturn ED victory

By Bulawayo Correspondent ZAPU president Dumiso Dabengwa says he strongly believes that the presidential elections were manipulated in favour of Zanu PF’s presidential candidate, Emmerson Mnangagwa. According to results released by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC), Mnangagwa garnered 50, 8% against MDC Alliance Nelson Chamisa 44, and 3%. In an interview with New Zimbabwe.com, Dabengwa The post Dabengwa confident Con-Court will overturn ED victory appeared first on NewZimbabwe.com.

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