PF Inter party injunction fails to take off

Inonge Wina
Inonge Wina

The Inter Party hearing between PF National Chairperson Inonge Wina and Bridget Atanga, and others has failed to take off.

This is because Ms Atanga was absent from court this morning,in a matter Ms wina was granted an injunction against holding another PF General Conference.

The matter will now be heard on December 5th.

Ms Bridget Atanga was appointed PF Secretary General by then Acting Party president Guy Scott, but she was fired by Edgar Lungu yesterday for alleged gross indiscipline with her Deputy Anthony Kasolo.

Mr Lungu also suspended PF Chairperson for election Sylvia Masebo, who is also Chongwe MP, and has referred the matter to the disciplinary committee.

Mr Lungu was elected PF President after going unopposed following failure by other candidates to show up at the General Conference.

But Acting President Guy Scott nullified the election of Mr Lungu because it was procedurally wrong, and went ahead with another General Conference which has elected Matero MP Miles Sampa as party president.

At the time the General conference was going on yesterday, PF National Chairperson Inonge Wina filed against holding another general conference for the purpose of electing another party president.

High Court Judge Mungeni Mulenga then granted Ms Wina an interim injunction restraining Bridget Atanga and others from holding another conference, after the one held over the weekend.

The court ordered that no adoption, election of the PF candidate or transportation of the purported delegations to the Mulungushi Rock of Authority should be done after the election of Edgar Lungu.

Mrs. Wina on December 1, 2014 obtained an injunction to restrain the PF from holding a general conference after the November 30 2014 conference that elected Edgar Lungu as the PF president.




  1. Another time to waist in court, pf this is th time 2 PROVE they cn unit the Country if they cn UNIT now! Choos acording to peoples wish do not do wat U thnk! me am behind EL….