Ex Sunday Mail editor reveals Zanu PF election rigging tactics (WATCH VIDEO)


Nelson Chamisa is more popular and likable than Emmerson D Mnangagwa and more than 60% of voters will select him against ED Mnangagwa who only has a paltry minus 30% support across the country, a highly connected former State Media editor has claimed.

Former government employee and Sunday Mail editor, Mr Edmund Kudzayi of the Baba Jukwa firm, revealed some details that even opposition leaders and people in government ranks might not be aware of on methods about to be used to make sure Chamisa does not become Zimbabwe’s next president even if more than half the country’s voters elect him to lead the country on 30 July, 2018.

Kudzayi hinted that Zanu PF is behind the disappearing ballot paper ink rumour to keep opposition distracted from the real thing suggesting rigging will be done the Russian style; that is ballot staffing and multiple voting by Zanu PF agents on behalf of ghost voters.

He revealed that there are more than 650 000 registered voters who do not exist. If you go to their address no-one knows about them.

Watch video below

– ZwNews

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