The leaked document from ACB showed that businessman Zameer Karim stole K466 million from government before sending K145 million to a Democratic Progressive Party account whose sole signatory is President Peter Mutharika.
Mutharika later said he was innocent and that it was normal for a head of an organisation to be a sole signatory of its bank account.
The ACB then cleared Mutharika of wrongdoing in the K2.7 billion Police fraud claiming he did nothing wrong since the K145 million was not for personal use.
On Wednesday, the Human Rights Defenders Coalition through Vice Chairperson Gift Trapence said ACB Director Reyneck Matemba should resign for clearing Mutharika.
“We have lost trust in him, he is politically manipulated, he is siding with the government, because we have two different reports coming from the same institution,” said Trapence.