In a letter to Mr Kabimba dated 15th October, copied among other President Michael Sata and the PF National Chairperson obtained by QFM News, Mr Lubinda has also demanded a clear judgment or ruling from Mr Kabimba arising from what he referred to as a civilized way of hearing a colleague, and has also demanded to know what the evidence that was relied upon in arriving at the conclusion of the trial panel.
Mr Lubinda says he has to date not been communicated to officially by Mr Kabimba over his suspension from the PF and only learnt from the media reports quoting Mr Kabimba as saying his period of suspension from the party had elapsed and that he was at liberty to interact with party officials.
The Kabwata MP has since demanded that a clear sentence or sanction meted against him with all the terms and conditions of such sanction and a clear statement of the recourse that is available to him in the event that he is not satisfied with the ruling or sanction.
He says failure by Mr Kabimba to communicate to him on his suspension from the party has kept him in the dark on his status in the party, and that this in turn has made it difficult for him to participate in the activities of the party.
Mr Lubinda adds that Mr Kabimba has made it difficult for him to contribute to the enhancement of the party’s popularity and to defend it from both internal and external adversaries due to his failure to officially communicate to him his status in the party.
He ends his letter by stressing to Mr Kabimba that any further unqualified utterances from him or any of his associates in public and his continues denial of written settlement of the matter will force him to react in similar style.
Tourism and Arts Minister Sylvia Masebo was the only witness who appeared before the PF disciplinary committee to make submissions against Mr Lubinda.
She is said to have been passionately angry with Mr Lubinda during her submissions.