The ZANU-PF party of Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa has claimed a majority of seats in parliament, according to official results announced Wednesday.
Mangwana stated the ruling party would need to win 30 more seats to have a two-thirds majority that would allow it to change the constitution, adding the party was happy with the results.
"We have also received very confidential reports that General Chiwenga has issued an order for the assassination of President Nelson Chamisa and myself".
Mnangagwa was allegedly involved in violence and intimidation during the 2008 elections when then opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai pulled out of the run-off after attacks claimed the lives of at least 200 of his supporters.
The result of the presidential vote is not yet known.
MDC leader Nelson Chamisa, 40, said the presidential results were fraudulent.
Channel 4 News have revealed that they were caught in the "perilous" crossfire during yesterday's protests in Zimbabwe.
Meanwhile, officials from the electoral commission were read the results from the parliamentary contest in a stuffy meeting room in the Rainbow Hotel.
Robert Mugabe's old party Zanu PF have claimed victory in the first election held in Zimbabwe since the former dictator was pushed out of office a year ago.
The deployment of soldiers and their beating of unarmed protesters tarnished incumbent President Emmerson Mnangagwa's attempts to rid Zimbabwe's derelict status after decades of repression under his predecessor, Robert Mugabe. "We won the popular vote (and) will defend it", Chamisa said on Twitter.
Mr Mnangagwa took over the ZANU-PF party after ousting Robert Mugabe in a bloodless coup in November.
A Harare-based political analyst with Zimbabwe Democracy Institute, Pedzisai Ruhanya, said the results released so far could be a reflection of the will of the people but were not ideal.
The website of the election commission, which is expected to start announcing presidential election results on Thursday, was offline after being taken out by unidentified hackers overnight.
Mr Chamisa has won most urban centres. "It is rather unusual for the police to relay messages to people they wish to speak to through the press", he continued.
"We are exhausted of them stealing our votes".
The main opposition and ZESN, the main domestic election monitor, had on Tuesday said one in five polling stations - more than 2,000 in all - had not physically posted tallies on their doors, as required by law.
Pfigu said he was optimistic on election day for the country's first vote without Mugabe, who ruled for almost four decades, on the ballot.
"It seems the results so far could indicate the will of the people, especially the rural population, to be ruled by ZANU-PF", said Ruhanya.
"The results are biased, trying to give the impression that ZANU has won", said Lawrence Maguranyi, 21, an MDC supporter and university student protesting at the party headquarters. The uncertainty about the results had triggered fears among opposition activists that the government or the military could refuse to cede power if the Zanu-PF was defeated.