Former Malawi President Joyce Banda has reiterated that she is not moved with threats of her arrest in connection to the infamous cash gate scandal.
Banda who arrived in the country on Saturday, said she has a certificate from International police (Interpol) certifying her that she was not in any way involved in cash gate.
The former Malawi leader said this on Sunday at Domasi in Zomba during her first rally since her return from her self-imposed exile.
During the rally, there was a presence of thousands of Peoples Party (PP) supporters dressed in party attire, a vivid evidence that her homecoming had been welcomed by many.
Addressing the multitudes, Dr. Banda, popularly known as JB in political cycles she was glad to be back home after years of her stay in foreign countries.
The PP president distanced herself from Cashgate allegations.
“I was never in any way involved in the shameful act of theft and that the International police (Interpol) has also assured that there is no any court, police or what so ever document that warrants my arrest,” she said.
Banda said the country needs prayers in order to deal with calamities like albino killings, abductions and poverty among others.
The former Malawi president reiterated her stance that she needs time before announcing her next political future.
“I will soon come public to announce my next political move after consultations with family members and some of my people’s party officials to see the work on the ground currently,” Banda said.