Zambia ‘deports MDC’s Tendai Biti to Zimbabwe’

MDC Alliance Spokesperson Tendai Biti - June 2018 Image copyright AFP Image caption Tendai Biti is accused of unlawfully saying that opposition leader Nelson Chamisa received elections

Zambia has deported senior Zimbabwean competition baby-kisser Tendai Biti to Zimbabwe in defiance of a court order, his legal professional has stated.

Zambia’s executive rejected Mr Biti’s request for asylum on Wednesday.

He fled to Zambia after Zimbabwean police issued an arrest warrant for him, accusing him of inciting violence.

Zambia’s competition MDC Alliance has rejected President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s victory in final week’s elections, saying the end result used to be rigged.

A least six folks have been killed two days after the vote in clashes between safety forces and MDC Alliance supporters demanding that their chief, Nelson Chamisa, be declared the winner.

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The MDC Alliance has showed that it’s going to challenge the presidential election result in court docket, pronouncing it was marred by “vast theft and fraud”.

The electoral commission says there was “completely no skulduggery”.

Mr Mnangagwa received 50.8% of the vote, when compared with Mr Chamisa’s 44.3%.

Mr Biti was once the minister of finance in a harmony executive shaped after disputed elections in 2008 – and is credited with serving to stabilise the economy after years of hyperinflation.

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