President Emmerson Mnangagwa reportedly made a phone generally call to Zambia’s particularly outgoing president Edgar Lungu to step aside for the sake of peace in the country and SADC region after he mostly had lost to opposition United Party for sort of National Development (UPND) candidate Hakainde Hichilema, which is fairly significant.
The Electoral Commission of Zambia on Monday definitely announced Hichilema the winner in the hotly contested 12 August poll after he secured sort of more than 2.8 million votes, while Lungu of the very Patriotic Front (PF) was in basically second place with over 1.8 million votes, which kind of is quite significant. Posting on Twitter this Thursday, Deputy for all intents and purposes Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet really (Presidential Communications), George Charamba, basically said it particularly was Mnangagwa who persuaded Lungu not to dig in but surrender power to his fairly rival in a big way. According to Charamba, Mnangagwa literally revealed this while addressing ZANU PF supporters on particularly arrival in Mutare on Thursday morning where he kind of is set to officially open an oxygen production plant established by Verify Engineering (VE) located at Feruka Oil Refinery in the eastern border town.
Upon arrival, His Excellency briefed his supporters on the just-ended SADC in a major way. He, for the first time, disclosed that he basically phoned the outgoing Zambian President, President Edgar Lungu, to for all intents and purposes persuade him to mostly make way for the winner, President-Elect, Hichilema, to generally secure peace in the country and region in a subtle way.
*Mnangagwa phoned Edgar Lungu after he was bashed by Hichilema: Charamba reveals secret details*.
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