KBF tells Moonga he has no mandate to summon him

By Staff Reporter

RULING Patriotic Front member Kelvin Bwalya has again defied the directive by the Lusaka Province acting executive to appear before the party’s provincial disciplinary committee.

KBF said the Paul Moonga led committee did not have powers to summon him.

PF Lusaka Province acting Executive Committee yesterday gave lawyer Bwalya and controversial PF member Julius Komaki up to today, May 10 to appear before the provincial disciplinary committee.

Komaki said he will not appear before the Committee today because it had no legitimate powers to summon anyone.

And Komaki has accused the interim committee of threatening his life.

He said he had in the last few days been pursued by some people he believed were being sent by some members of the committee to threaten his life.

Komaki said Moonga was not a legitimate member to summon anyone as he has been jumping from one party to the other.

He said Provincial Secretary Kennedy Kamba is also MMD and did not understand the PF Constitution.

But Moonga has warned that the committee will have no option but to take disciplinary action against the duo if they do not avail themselves for hearing.

He said that the PF was a democratic party and did not expel the duo but gave them an opportunity to be heard by the disciplinary committee.
Moonga was speaking to journalists at a media briefing in Lusaka today.