After closing shop at Mibawa Cafe in Blantyre last year and then moving to Chigumula, Mibawa has finally opened an Executive Bar.
Mibawa proprietor John Nthakomwa said on Friday that they are making progress on developing the Mibawa One Stop centre and that they opened the Executive Bar in November.
“We opened the Executive Bar in November but we didn’t want to make too much noise since we are still developing but then this place is functioning now and we have different packages,” he said.
Nthakomwa said this is a bar which has a decent set up and that it is normally targeting senior corporate executives.
“We have different activities taking place in the bar for instance we have jazz music every Sundays and then we also have acoustic performances and we also have karaoke so there is more,” he said.
Nthakomwa also revealed that they will be opening a multipourpose hall which is separate from the executive bar and the other areas.
“As Mibawa we are taking strides to continue providing entertainment to the people and we are looking forward to the best and we are targeting quality and as for a multipurpose hall, it should be finished by March. It is a hall that can take up to 500 people,” he said.
The Mibawa boss said unlike at Mibawa Cafe where the bar was more of a performance area, this one is separate because they want the hall to be used for different activities among them gospel shows and weddings.
Nthakomwa said apart from the Mibawa Studios they are also producing content for television and that they are looking forward to bring more to the people in 2016.
Musician Goma Nyondo performed on Friday entertaining people.
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