PF vice-president Given Lubinda has been summoned to appear before the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) on Monday, March 21, 2022.

In January, ACC warned and cautioned Lubinda in connection with allegations of being in possession of property reasonably suspected to be proceeds of crime.

And in an interview, ACC spokesperson Queen Chibwe confirmed that Lubinda was expected to appear for interrogations in connection with the ongoing investigations.

“It is Monday, 21st and actually, a corrected version has been served on him and that is for next week Monday. It is about the ongoing investigations that we are still pursuing. There are investigations that are connected and they are still questioning him,” said Chibwe when asked about a call out which was dated ‘Monday’, March 17.

Lubinda is required to report himself to the ACC offices on Monday, at 14:00 hours.

“Given Lubinda, you are required to report yourself to the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) offices at Anti-Corruption House, Kulima Tower, Corner of Chachacha and Katunjila Road, Lusaka on Monday, 21st March, 2022 for the purpose of an interview at 14:00 hours. You will not be kept longer than is absolutely necessary,” read the call out.