Chris Mushohwe


Chris Mushohwe

Christopher Chindeti "Chris" Mushohwe is a Zimbabwean politician. He was the ZANU-PF candidate for Mutare West constituency in the March 2008 parliamentary election, but was very narrowly defeated according to official results. He received 7,577 votes, 20 less than the total received by Movement for Democratic Change candidate Shuah Mudiwa.[1] Mushohwe was subsequently appointed as Resident Minister and Governor of Manicaland Province by President Robert Mugabe on August 25, 2008; in this capacity, he also serves as a Senator.[2]

References

  1. ^ "Zimbabwe election results 2008", newzimbabwe.com.
  2. ^ "President Appoints Ministers", The Herald (allAfrica.com), August 25, 2008.



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