Muzila calls Bulawayo for partnership


FRANCISTOWN: Francistown mayor Sylvia Muzila has called upon Bulawayo City to promote twinning in order to improve the economy of both cities through shared investments.

Speaking at a council dinner hosted in honour of the visiting delegates from Bulawayo at Marang Hotel last week Friday, Muzila said that through twining, massive investments could be done to boost the economy of  both countries and improve the welfare of its people. She also said that it would bolster the city’s Vision 2022 project aimed at turning the city into an investment hub.

“We want our city by 2022 to be the city of choice that is why we are busy face-lifting it through the interchange that will take place very soon and Tonota -Francistown road which is almost complete. All of this we cannot achieve alone as Francistown hence calling for your partnership,” she said.

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