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HARARE - As the post-election chaos continues to simmer, President Emmerson Mnangagwa moved to calm the waters yesterday by reaching out to Zimbabwe’s main opposition — calling on the MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa to join hands with him to move the country forward.At the same time, Chamisa insisted that he had won the hotly-disputed July 30 presidential poll — whose results he claimed had been fiddled with by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec).Addressing a media conference at State House in Harare yesterday, Mnangagwa said it was important for the nation to focus on the advances that it had made since November last year when he took over from former leader Robert Mugabe.“The violence of the last few days must be condemned loudly.It is incumbent upon us all to focus on the positive steps our country has made in spite of that tragic setback.“We cannot allow the violent actions of the few to detract from the democratic expression of the many.To Nelson Chamisa, I want to say you have a crucial role to play in Zimbabwe’s present and in its future.“Let us both call for peace and unity in our land, call for both louder than ever.That is the role of leaders.That is our joint responsibility even though discharged and fulfilled differently,” he said.“To all Zimbabweans, let me say that although we were divided at the polls, we are now united in the aftermath of the democratic process, indeed in our dreams and in our aspirations.“Though some will inevitably be disappointed with the outcome, I urge everyone to be calm and peaceful and to look forward,” Mnangagwa added in an address which was televised live on ZBC.“I am proud and humbled to have been elected to be your president.I pledge to be the president of all Zimbabweans, a president of those that voted for me and those who did not.“For both must be made to belong, and to participate in national processes.Now is the time for us to come together as one to work as one people sharing one dream, one destiny.“Whoever you voted for, now begins the time to join hands for us to forge a better future,” he said further.Meanwhile, Chamisa insisted yesterday that he had defeated Mnangagwa in Monday’s presidential poll, saying that he had scored 56 percent accordin

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