HARARE – Faction riddled Zanu PF has expelled controversial Harare businessman Munyaradzi Kereke from the party for insubordination after he insisted in running for Parliament despite being barred by the former ruling party.
Kereke was eying the Bikita West constituency but Zanu PF refused to allow him to contest in the primary elections saying he was still to clear several outstanding issues.
In the process, Zanu PF allowed Kereke's former workmate at the RBZ, Elias Musakwa to represent the party on elections scheduled for July 31.
After being barred, Kereke somehow went on to contest in the primaries without the knowledge of the party while his rival Musakwa said at the time that he was surprised to hear that Kereke had "competed" against himself.
The Zanu PF politburo meeting in Harare on Wednesday said all those who helped Kereke would face disciplinary action.