Zimbabwe: Latest - Final Results - Zanu-PF 144 Seats, MDC Alliance 64 (0 in Mash Central)

President Emmerson Mnangagwa's message on Twitter after being declared winner in the presidential election.

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa and his Zanu PF amassed a total haul of 144 seats while the MDC Alliance got 64 from Monday's general elections, according to the final poll results by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC).

This was revealed by ZEC Commissioner Qhubani Moyo during a briefing this Thursday morning by the poll management authority.

There are 210 contestable seats in Zimbabwe's national assembly.

The result represents 69% parliamentary representation for Zanu PF and 30% for MDC Alliance.

The other two seats were snatched by Temba Mliswa, an independent candidate and National Patriotic Front's Masango Matambanadzo in Kwekwe Central.

According to the results, MDC Alliance failed to get a single seat from Mashonaland Central's 18 contested seats. The MDC only got one seat from 26 contested ones in Masvingo.

There were no seats for Thokozani Khupe's MDC-T and the Joice Mujuru led PRC.

The presidential election results are yet to be announced.

The outcome, which has been described as a fraud by the opposition, also came as follows;

Bulawayo (MDC Alliance 11 seats, Zanu PF 1), Harare (MDC Alliance 28, Zanu PF 1), Manicaland (MDC Alliance 7, Zanu PF 19), Mashonaland Central (MDC Alliance 0, Zanu PF 18), Mashonaland East (MDC Alliance 2, Zanu PF 21), Mashonaland West (MDC Alliance 4, Zanu PF 17, Independent 1), Masvingo (MDC Alliance 1, Zanu PF 25), Matebeleland North MDC Alliance 5, Zanu PF 8), Matebeleland South (MDC Alliance 1, Zanu PF 12) Midlands (MDC Alliance 5, Zanu PF 22, NPF 1)

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