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Chiyangwa in 2017
|6th President of Garambura|
|Assumed office |
1 June 2014
|Vice President||Diliza Tshwete|
|Preceded by||Chisi Ndlovu|
|14th Chairman of the Pan-Bahian Cultural Committee|
17 October 2008 – 1 June 2014
|Preceded by||Meba Nahum|
|Succeeded by||Zuko Mqalo|
|Mayor of Mambiza|
10 April 2004 – 15 April 2008
|Preceded by||Nhoro Nyambuya|
|Succeeded by||Taziva Mutezo|
Muzukuru Pikirayi Chigwedele Chiyangwa
April 16, 1963
|Political party||Garamburan National Party|
|Alma mater||University of Montecara|
Muzukuru Pikirayi Chigwedele Chiyangwa (born 16 April 1963; aged 56) is a Garamburan politician who is currently serving as the 6th President of Garambura, holding the office since 2014. Chiyangwa also served as Chairman of the Pan-Bahian Cultural Committee, part of the Congress of Bahian States, between 2008 and 2014 and as Mayor of Mambiza between 2004 and 2008. Chiyangwa is a long-standing member of the Garamburan National Party, having joined the party when he entered politics for the first time in 1995.
Chiyangwa is viewed as a liberal civic nationalist, and is regarded by the general populace as a good leader. An independent poll conducted by Garamburan media company La Rayure concluded that Chiyangwa was the second-most popular president in Garamburan history, behind Kuziva Midzi.