Zimbabwe: Party, voters request swearing in of Chamisa as people’s president.

As Zimbabwe’s president Emmerson Mnangagwa embarks on the herculean task of rebuilding the economy, opposition leader Chamisa says there are increasing calls for him to be inaugurated as the people’s president.

Chamisa’s party, Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-T), says the 2.6 million Zimbabweans who voted for Chamisa in the July 30 election will install him as president on Saturday.



Mnangagwa, was confirmed duly elected president by the Constitutional Court, after it dismissed a challenge by Chamisa last month.

He then took the oath before the country’s Chief Justice Luke Malaba, as required by the constitution of the country.

Chamisa, who held his first rally since the election, told supporters that his party would hold its 19th anniversary at Gwanzura Stadium in Harare on Saturday.

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Odinga eventually reconciled with Kenyatta in the famous March 9 handshake and together they announced the ‘Building Bridges Initiative’ that would champion reconciliation and development among the Kenyan people that had been polarised by the election.

The government of Uganda charged Besigye with treason, accusing him of inciting people to overthrow the government of Uganda and declaring himself president.

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