PF Deputy Spokesman Fr Frank Bwalya says there is no court in Zambia that can stop the swearing in of President-elect Lungu on Tuesday.
In a statement, Mr Bwalya said that only a fresh petition case would halt an inauguration.
“The truth of the matter is that there is no court in Zambia that is currently hearing a petition against the election of Mr Lungu and his running mate Ms Wina,” he said.
“The election petition by Mr Hichilema that attempted to get the ConCourt to nullify the election of Mr Lungu collapsed and therefore we should all just focus on Tuesday next week.”
And Mr Bwalya says Zambians have not forgotten that Mr Hakainde Hichilema vowed not to accept election outcome says Fr Frank Bwalya.
He said Mr Hichilema and his Vice Geoffrey Mwamba would not succeed in hoodwinking Zambians into believing that their election petition against the re-election of Edgar Chagwa Lungu failed because the ConCourt refused to hear his petition.
“Zambians are very enlightened and know that Mr Hichilema’s lawyers squandered their time by raising too many unnecessary applications in the ConCourt,” he said.