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Emmerson Mnangagwa declared winner with 52.6%

Emmerson Mnangagwa declared winner with 52.6% #ElectionsZW

Zanu PF Presidential candidate Emmerson Mnangagwa has been declared the winner of the 2023 General elections.

There were 11 candidates contesting for the country’s top post and among them was 1 female candidate

Below are the final figures and the percentages.

ZANU PF, President Emmerson MNANGAGWA ;
2 350 711

Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC),Nelson CHAMISA;
1 967 343

United Zimbabwe Alliance (UZA), Elizabeth VALERIO;
6 989

Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), Douglas MWONZORA;

28 883

FreeZim Congress (FZC), Joseph Makamba BUSHA ;
18 816

Zimbabwe Coalition for Peace and Development (ZCPD), Trust Tapiwa CHIKOHORA;
10 230

Zimbabwe Partnership for Prosperity (ZIPP), Blessing KASIYAMHURU;

13 060

National Constitutional Assembly (NCA), Lovemore MADHUKU;

5 323

National People’s Congress (NPC), Wilbert Archbald MUBAIWA,
53 517

The United African National Council (UANC), Gwinyai Henry MUZOREWA;
7 053

Democratic Opposition Party of Zimbabwe (DOP), Harry Peter WILSON
6 743

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