Former Malawian President has charged African leaders to emulate the hard work and humility which characterized the administration of the late Ghanaian President John Evans Atta Mills.
Joyce Banda entreated all African leaders to bring back the monies they have stolen from their people so that the continent will develop for unemployment to reduce.
According to Mrs Banda, a lot of African leaders go into politics to fill their pockets, which is not good enough. Thus she called on them to espouse the virtues the late John Mills lived for.
She called on African leaders not to go after journalists when they do their investigative work, but rather applaud them and amend their ways.
She was the guest speaker for the 4th Anniversary Memorial Lecture of the late Atta Mills which came off on Monday at the University of Cape Coast auditorium.
The former President heaped praises on the late John Mills for not gagging the media during his administration.
Mrs Banda narrated how she came to know the late John Mills at the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) and spoke highly of the virtues she came to learn from him.
She also spoke of how the late Professor had impacted her life.