PF Member Julius Komaki says he will not appear before the Lusaka provincial disciplinary committee because it has no mandate to question him.
Mr. Komaki said he has not received a letter from Provincial interim chairperson Paul Moonga requesting him to exculpate himself for gross indiscipline in seven days.
Speaking on the Breakfast show on Hot FM, Mr. Komaki said it will be difficult to exculpate himself on charges posted on social media.
He said the Lusaka interim Chairperson has no mandate to summon him because they are an interim leadership that has not been elected by the people.
Mr. Komaki said he is going ahead with the petition to the President to drop Davies Mwila as party secretary general because he has caused a lot of confusion in the party.
The Patriotic Front in Lusaka Province yesterday gave outspoken Lusaka lawyer Kelvin Bwalya Fube seven days to exculpate himself for alleged insubordination or recommend to Central Committee for his expulsion.
Mr. FUBE has also been requested to appear before the Lusaka provincial disciplinary committee on Thursday 9th May 2019 at 10:00 hours.
The Party in the same vein asked controversial PF member Julius Komaki to appear before the Lusaka Province Disciplinary committee today, 8th May 2019, on charges of indiscipline and insubordination.
In a letter jointly signed by Provincial Chairman Paul Moonga and Provincial Secretary Kennedy Kamba, the Party in the Province asked the duo to appear for a hearing on 8th and 9th May 2019.
The Provincial Chairman said Messrs Fube and Mr. Komak have allegedly attempted to undermine the presidential powers of appointment and have been causing confusion in the party.