Zanu PF has expelled Godfrey Tsenengamu after the former youth leader defied a party directive to attend the Herbert Chitepo School of Ideology after he accused three business leaders of engaging in corrupt activities.
Tsenengamu, alongside Lewis Matutu and Pupurai Togarepi, were last month relieved of their duties as leaders of the youth league and ordered to attend the Herbert Chitepo School of Ideology.
Matutu and Tsenengamu were suspended for a year while Togarepi remained as a Central Committee member.
The suspension of the duo came after it held a press conference where they accused businessmen Kudakwashe Tagwirei, Tafadzwa Musarara and Billy Rautenbach of allegedly being part of a cartel that was derailing the economy.
Obert Mpofu, Zanu PF secretary for administration told journalists that the Zanu PF Politburo unanimously agreed to expel Tsenengamu.
“The Politburo has unanimously recommended the expulsion of Godfrey Tsenengamu for indiscipline and making disparaging remarks and statements about the senior party leadership.
The party has recommended the continuation of the Herbert Chitepo School of ideology lessons in the provinces and wards to party members mainly targeting the youths for them to understand the party ideologies as there are future leaders,” Mpofu said.
He said former youth league leaders Togarepi and Matutu have been spared from the expulsion since the duo had complied with the directive to attend Herbert Chitepo School of Former Zanu PF youth leader Godfrey Tsenengamu Ideology.