This is what’s at stake as Mozambicans head to the polls

On the 15th of October Mozambique will be holding their general elections. However, the run up to the elections has been chaotic with dozens of attacks and killings on political campaigners, leaving analyst with the fear of elections not being free and fair. Joining CNBC Africa for more is Nathan Hayes, Mozambique Analyst at The Economist Intelligence Unit.

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