New Innovative Modernisation Front (NIMF) president Peter Munyanduri has been expelled from the Political Leaders and Actors Dialogue (POLAD) platform for questioning the credibility of the 26 March by-elections.
Munyanduri contested the 2018 presidential election as the leader of the New Patriotic Front and garnered 4 498 votes countrywide.
He has been enjoying POLAD perks since the inception of the platform but has now lost everything, including the Isuzu D Max vehicle he was allocated to last year.
Speaking to NewZimbabwe.com on the sidelines of his bus terminus campaigns in Harare, Munyanduri said:
I was expelled from POLAD because l had raised concerns over rigging of elections through unequal coverage of the media and funding as small parties get less compared to big parties.
ZANU PF rigs elections by not awarding fair coverage in state-owned media and financing campaigns.
Last year, when he was given the vehicle, Munyanduri mocked the then MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa for refusing to join them in POLAD.
Munyanduri is a former Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC) engineer. He was once admitted into a psychiatric institution.