Nyabote wins Zanu PF Mutoko North primaries

Zanu PF Mutoko chairperson Rambidzai Nyabote has won the right to represent the party in the Mutoko North by-election set to be held on November 24 following the elevation of incumbent, Mabel Chinomona to Senate president.


Close to 7 000 party supporters voted in the primary elections which were held on Tuesday and were presided over by election commissioners Tinaye Chigudu and Irene Mutubwa.

Nyabote polled 4 640 votes ahead of Chipo Shambare, who garnered 1 223, while Pension Chiutsi got 953 votes.

He will square off in the by-election with MDC Alliance’s Bornface Mushore. The National Patriotic Front previously linked to former President Robert Mugabe has also indicated it will field a candidate.


  1. Comment…Were the election free, credible and fair? Rigged as usual? Will mdc accept them? Lets wait and see.

  2. Wena Anonymous fool, why should an internal ZANU PF election be of any concern to your quisling MDC?

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