The government of Zimbabwe has warned protesters against violence after three people died in the capital Harare in post-election clashes as the country awaits the results from Monday’s presidential election.

It would be recalled that soldiers opened fire to disperse stone-throwing opposition supporters who accused the ruling Zanu-PF party of rigging the elections.

However, President Emmanuel Mnangagwa blamed the violence on supporters of the opposition and urged the mdc leadership to remove its violent supporters from the street.

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