WATCH: Malawi's ex-president Joyce Banda returns home after 4-year exile

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Joyce Banda. (File: AFP)
Joyce Banda. (File: AFP)

Blantyre, Malawi, April 28, 2018 (AFP) -Malawi's former president, Joyce Banda, returned home on Saturday after four years of self-imposed exile, despite facing the threat of arrest over corruption allegations, an AFP journalist witnessed.

Banda - only the second woman to lead a country in Africa - arrived at Blantyre's airport on a flight from Johannesburg around midday, where she was greeted by hundreds of supporters of her People's Party.

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