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Goshen City Management will Friday hold a multi-stakeholder meeting aimed at raising awareness and courting partnerships for the project.

Over 70 local companies have confirmed to be part of the meeting to be held in Blantyre.

Goshen City is a project embarked by Shepherd Bushiri in Monkey Bay, Mangochi. The green city project will be a hub for agribusiness, finance, education among others.

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In a statement, Goshen City spokesperson Ephraim Nyondo says that the meeting seeks to sell the vision of the project to the corporate world.

“Management of Goshen City will hold a first of its kind multi-stakeholder meeting aimed at raising awareness and also courting partnerships for the project. Over 70 companies and institutions have been invited to participate in the meeting. The meeting will be live on different television stations,” the statement reads.

According to Nyondo, the objective of the meeting is for Bushiri to explain to various stakeholders what Goshen City is all about, the business opportunities involved and seek partnerships with other companies.

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He added that the meeting also seeks to court for more support from government and also the private sector.

The meeting also seeks to court for more support from government and the private sector.

“We want to explain to various stakeholders what Goshen City is all about, the business opportunities involved and also seek partnerships with other companies and institutions,” he said.

In an interview Wednesday, Nyondo said there is a great tide of excitement and anticipation for the meeting as it will be for the Goshen City Visionaire Prophet Shepherd Bushiri to sale the project to different companies and institutions.

“Beside local companies, about 2000 international companies have also already expressed interest to connect to the event through Zoom so they follow proceedings. This is what Goshen City symbolises, connecting Malawi business to international businesses,” he said.

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