…Mutharika wants her for the jet she stole
The office of former President Joyce Banda has disclosed that the former Malawi President will be returning home at the end of this month.
In an interview with the local media which was monitored by Malawi24, Banda’s spokesperson Andekuche Chanthunya said that the former President is currently busy with some other things and will not be returning to Malawi until she finishes.
“The President will be returning this month end as it has been said, this time she is coming back for real,” said Chanthunya.
However Chanthuny acould not disclose the actual date that Banda who has been implicated in the stealing of government funds will be returning claiming that for the sake of security of the former head of state he could not disclose.
The office of the former President has been frequently changing their statements on the return of Banda. Once they claimed that Banda had to shift her days of return as she had been informed that she would be killed by the current regime.
Meanwhile Malawi President Peter Mutharika in his emotional presser has urged the Malawian media to quiz Banda on what she did with the jet that the country bought for its leader.
Mutharikja who addressed the nation on the background of an extravagant UN trip said that instead of Malawians focusing on his wastefulness for hiring a private jet, they should be inquiring where Banda went with the jet.
He said that he could not tell if the jet was sold as there was no money or records for the sale.