Robert Mugabe calls for free and fair election in Zimbabwe
Written by NobleAdmin on July 30, 2018
Voters in Zimbabwe are going to the polls in the country’s first election without the involvement of long-time leader Robert Mugabe who was ousted last year after almost four decades in power.
The main contenders in the presidential vote are incumbent Emmerson Mnangagwa, of the ruling Zanu-PF party, and opposition leader Nelson Chamisa.
Mr. Mugabe who first came to power after independence in 1980 said he would not vote for his successor, just as he called for a free and fair election.
Citizens say they hope their votes would change the face of Zimbabwe.