Mnangagwa Tells Mozambicans To Be Calm As Vote Counting Continues A Week Later, Despite Fake Voters From Masvingo
23 October 2019
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By Farai D Hove| Hundreds of fake voters from Zimbabwe were filmed voting for Mozambique’s elections last week and now Emmerson Mnangagwa has told Mozambicans they should be patient as vote counting in that country continues.

Mnangagwa spoke in his capacity as the Sadc Chairperson on the Organ on Politics, Defence and Security Cooperation.

Scores of Zimbabweans were filmed voting at a site in Zimbabwe’s Masvingo town voting with Mozambican IDs that clearly stated that their nationality is Zimbabwean and confessing they were bused by the incumbent, Filipe Nyusi.


Mnangagwa was quoted by the state run Herald saying Mozambicans should remain calm while results for their recently held elections are being “compiled and validated.”

Mnangagwa said this in a statement today following the 2019 Presidential, Legislative and Provincial Elections held in Mozambique on October 15.

“Sadc reiterates its call to stakeholders to remain calm while the results continue to be compiled for the final validation and proclamation by the Constitutional Council of the Republic of Mozambique,” Mnangagwa said.