There will be no compromises today afternoon as President Peter Mutharika steps on Malawi soil for the first time since September 16, 2016.
Police officers in 13 sectors have been called on to be alert, and part of the preparation includes the routine task of removing vehicles that are not road fit and people of unsound mind along the route designated for the President's convoy.
President Mutharika has not spoken publicly about his health, with unconfirmed reports indicating that the president stayed put in the United States of America, when others such as South Africa's Jacob Zuma, took the first flight home when the United Nations General Assembly ended.
Mutharika was in the United States of America to attend the United Nations indaba.
On Saturday, ruling Democratic Progressive Party cadets lined the streets of Blantyre, chatting: Stop spreading lies! President Peter Mutharika is coming Sunday!
Others visited Mutharika's private Sunny Side residence.
This is Mutharika's most anticipated trip back home since he assumed office on June 1, 2016.