Emmerson Mnangagwa accuses Nelson Chamisa of striking deal with Mugabe

Zimbabwe's president, Emmerson Mnangagwa

Emmerson Mnangagwa accused his main rival Nelson Chamisa on Sunday of striking a deal with former leader Robert Mugabe on the eve of an election and cast doubt on Chamisa’s intentions of rebuilding the country.

Mnangagwa, who did not provide any evidence of his accusations, said in a Facebook post that voting for 40-year-old Chamisa was tantamount to bringing back Mugabe in disguise.

He made the comments after the former President Robert Mugabe said he would vote for the opposition in Monday’s election.

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