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Prophet Bushiri unveils Goshen City initiative to Malawi Govt: To create 100,000 jobs

LILONGWE-(MaraviPost)-Prophet Shepherd Bushiri on Tuesday, May 31, 2022 officially unveiled his Mangochi Goshen City project, saying the initiative will in three years after its launch, create 100 000 skilled and non-skilled jobs in the country.

Prophet Bushiri unveils Goshen City to Malawi government

Presenting the project before Malawi government during the launch of Malawi Secondary Cities Plan (MSCP) in the capital Lilongwe, Prophet Bushiri said the project has 20 phases but the first and second phase will be ready by December this year.

“By its completion, the city will provide modern services in hospitality, education, health, finance, leisure, tourism and agriculture. The first and second phase is scheduled to be ready by the end of this year,” says the Man of God.

President Lazarus Chakera is in attendance of the MSCP launch at Bingu International Convention Centre (BICC).

Goshen City is a Futuristic, commercial, tourist Smart City located in Malawi with administratively defined boundaries whose members will work primarily on both agricultural and non-agricultural tasks.

The City will generally have extensive systems for medical facilities, education facilities, housing, transportation, sanitation, utilities, land use, production of goods, and communication.

Goshen City will be a sum of what makes Africa and the west unique.

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