The petition against the re-election of Edgar Lungu has again been adjourned to tomorrow 10:00 Hours after it emerged that the petitioners (the UPND) did not serve their summons to the Attorney General Likando Kalaluka who joined the matter yesterday.
Mr Kalaluka has been joined to the presidential petition in which the UPND has challenged the election of President Lungu and his running mate Inonge Wina in the Constitutional Court.
UPND President Hakainde Hichilema and his vice-president for administration Geoffrey Bwalya have petitioned the Constitutional Court claiming that Mr Lungu and Mrs Wina were allegedly not validly elected as President and Vice-President of Zambia in the August 11 general elections.
Mr Kalaluka applied to be joined to the matter because Mr Hichilema and Mr Mwamba had made allegations against the public media, the Zambia Air Force and the Zambia Police Service, which are all institutions of the State.
The matter which came up for hearing this afternoon has since been adjourned to tomorrow 10:00 Hours.
Meanwhile, PF lawyers are tomorrow expected to file an application against the UPND.