Losing MDC Alliance presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa is racing against time as he has until end of business this Friday to file his court challenge against his defeat or allow eventual winner Emmerson Mnangagwa to proceed with his inauguration.
Chamisa came second to Mnangagwa in a closely fought presidential election which saw him emerge with a 44,3 percent of the national vote while Mnangagwa got 50,8 percent.
The 40-year-old opposition chief is strongly disputing the results announced by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission and has vowed to go the “legal and constitutional” route to force the reversal of the outcome.
His lawyers have toiled throughout the seven-day grace period afforded by the law to put together evidence to buttress the poll challenge.
Advocate Thabani Mpofu, head of a legal team that is mounting the MDC Constitutional Court petition, vowed Wednesday “the poll challenge is going ahead, prepared, clear and convincing”.
He said they had a “secret weapon” to unleash through their petition should things go a different direction.
YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE…
PICTURES OF GINIMBI’S FLEET OF EXPENSIVE LUXURY CARS THAT HAVE SET SOCIAL MEDIA CRAZY
Harare socialite, Genius Kadungure, popularly known as Ginimbi, on Saturday took delivery of a 2018 Rolls Royce Ghost valued at a minimum US$314 000 or ZAR4,1 million adding to his already big fleet of expensive luxury cars.
Take a look of all his toys: more here