There are uncertainty surrounding Public Accounts  Committee(PAC) meeting with the Forensic Auditors into the looting of public funds dubbed Cash gate as the team has not confirmed of the meeting.

The Auditors are returning to Malawi next Week Monday.

Auditor General  Stevenson Kamphasa  said this on Tuesday that although the auditors are returning, it’s not clear if the grouping will meet PAC.

“They told me that they need to confirm with their bosses if there will be a need to meet PAC . What they are coming here for is to finalize their work they left”, he said.

The Auditors were said to becoming back to meet PAC to respond to queries on their insistence that details of perpetrators of theft of public resources should not made public.

President Banda told reporters last Week that she ordered the forensic auditors to  return home to explain before PAC why they are withholding the names in the report.

Beatrice Mwangonde chairperson of PAC also told a local radio station that they have not received any communication from the forensic auditors that they will meet them.

British High Commissioner to Malawi Michael Nelvin whose government funded the audit recently said that revealing the names of the suspects would disturb the ongoing investigation into the scandal.

The remarks made by Nelvin angered civil right organization who accused the British government of interfering into the country’s internal affairs.

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