Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi has been re-elected president of Egypt with 97 percent of vote, beating one little-known challenger for a second four-year term. The first presidential term of 63-year-old Field Marshal will officially end on June 7.
Sisi won 21,835,378 votes, while Moussa won 656,534 votes, he added.
Sisi's serious contenders either withdrew, were sidelined or were detained. Sissi won over 97 percent of the vote after all his opponents were forced out of the race.
An elated Mohammed Mustafa who is a teacher said Sisi is the key to security and stability in Egypt.
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Mr Sisi led the 2013 military overthrow of Egypt's first freely-elected president, Mohamed Mursi of the Muslim Brotherhood, after protests against Mr Mursi.
Critics say this is a sign of public opposition to Sisi's administration.
The head of the election authority, which is supposedly independent of the state, hailed Mr Sisi's sweeping victory as a glorious moment for the country.
The United Nations expressed concern over the crackdown on dissent, including on media, which took place before last week's vote.
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According to Egyptian state media, US President Donald Trump called el-Sissi to congratulate him on his victory.
The NEA also announced that March 30 was the last day to accept appeals from presidential candidates regarding the decisions and results of the general committees in the presidential election 2018, in preparation for the announcement of the final results on Monday.
According to Reuters, he said in a statement: "The process in which we are called to participate is not a real election. Egypt has an opportunity over next 4 years to build a prosperous & democratic society, building on rights set out in 2014 constitution".
The State Department earlier noted "reports of constraints on freedoms of expression and association in the run-up to the elections".
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The president also said that he was proud to see all the Egyptians participating in the election.
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