Incumbent President Emmerson Mnangagwa of Zimbabwe was declared the winner of the presidential elections. The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission announced the election results, Mnangagwa secured an absolute majority and received 52.6% of the vote.
- Mnangagwa’s victory maintains the Zanu-PF party’s long-standing control over Zimbabwe’s politics.
- The Zanu-PF party has held governmental leadership since Zimbabwe’s independence in 1980.
- Nelson Chamisa, from the Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) party, received 44% of the vote.
- Opposition party representatives swiftly rejected the results, claiming they lacked proper verification.
Q.: Who was declared the winner in Zimbabwe’s presidential elections?
a) Robert Mugabe
b) Nelson Chamisa
c) Emmerson Mnangagwa
d) Nelson Mandela
Answer: c) Emmerson Mnangagwa