Has Mnangagwa Threatened to Arrest Opposition Leader Chamisa?
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said that if opposition presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa chooses chaos, the law would prevail. Mnangagwa's comments come in the wake of several threats by Chamisa to unleash an "earthquake" to block the forthcoming polls if his demands for a "free, fair and credible" elections were not met.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa supporters.
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Opposition political parties should stop making "unreasonable" demands to the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission as they risk inciting public unrest, which has the potential to spawn ... Read more »
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