Could Mugabe Swing Zimbabwe's Vote in Chamisa's Favour?
Greeted with wild cheers from perceived opposition supporters, frail former president Robert Mugabe, accompanied by his wife, Grace Mugabe, shuffled into the polling booth and spent several minutes filling in his ballot paper with the help of an assistant. Earlier, Mugabe vowed he would not vote for his former right-hand man President Emmerson Mnangagwa but MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa. But will Mugabe's outburst against his former party swing the vote in Chamisa's favour?
Former president Robert Mugabe votes (screenshot).
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