Club 24 changing the face of Ngwenya

Ngwenya is a popular township in Lilongwe famous for some unruly boys who cause mayhem to residents of Area 24.

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However, the story of this township is poised to change following the opening a new club known as 24.

The club is conducive enough for those who do not want to stay in thecity centre or old town but want to sample township life in an ambience.

According to Proprietor of the company Gift Mpopo the club has got such facilities as a lodge, restaurant, bar an events garden and a big car park which can take over 20 vehicles.

“We challenge the discerning customer that they must come and sample this place. We have everything that one need for a comfortable stay.

“Our hall can take 30 to 60 people and thee events arena is suitable for weddinds, band performances, corporate parties and even chisikileti by women. The bar has got fully fledged DSTV and there is  always a happy  hour whereby when one has bought three castel beers he
gets one free,” said Mpopo.

One of the managers at the place Judith MoyoTurner disclosed that the place is secure, quite, close to the tarmac road and offers high service standards.

“We know Area 24 used not to be popular but once the road was tarmacked everything has changed. Movement has been made easy and it only takes one ten minutes to drive from old town.

“Rates for our rooms are so competitive to make the life of each customer easy. For as low
as K3000 one can get a good room. We also offer short stay services and we do not segregate,” said Turner.

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H E Nyaphapi One
8 months ago

Great investment. Keep it up. Easy to get to club 24. Nice atmosphere.

angoni apaphata
angoni apaphata
8 months ago

Mavuto alipo. A large carpark that can accomodate 20 cars. Short stay. Floor yosalongosoka. Ukuku ndi kumene mbavazo zidzikabera anthu koopsya

Esnarth Yaluwera
Esnarth Yaluwera
8 months ago

Sikopangila short time kumeneku? Be serious abale. 3.000 sikungotengako nsikidzi? Or maybe the business is not ticking hence the publicity?

Sahara
Sahara
8 months ago

I was thinking this is the old face and there’s another picture of the upgraded face but then I see the rooms are @K3000.

Zikayenda bwino muona alamu anu
Zikayenda bwino muona alamu anu
8 months ago

kkkkkk koma guys, ngati Singapore ali chonchi ine ayi. kkkkk. If this seemingly dilapidated structure can change the face of a township, what kind of standards are we setting?

TSOKA
8 months ago

Please be serious, is this property worth reporting as a meaningful investment that can change face of a particular place really?

nyadani
nyadani
8 months ago
Reply to  TSOKA

kkkkkkkkkkk We are really sick. what type of a room that is worthy K3000 and you can even mention that you accommodate short stay..whats that? stupidity at its best. Mr. Reporter you had a very nice Headline but the owners have spoiled the whole news….

This is not worthy bringing it here though you have pocketed something to write this trash of investment

Odyazake alibe mlandu
Odyazake alibe mlandu
8 months ago
Reply to  TSOKA

I wonder too… Kkkk surely reporters have run short of stories to report

Nsikidzi
Nsikidzi
8 months ago

Kkkkkkk…Koma yah! Ndinakomedwa ndi heading and I thought I was in for real issues.

Rahim
Rahim
8 months ago
Reply to  Nsikidzi

this is really crazy this place was not even supposed to be on social media it is insult to our town ships

Sahara
Sahara
8 months ago
Reply to  TSOKA

KKKKKKKK I was thinking about the same thing too! Osathilako new paint? And they’re proud to be offering short stays. Promoting chigololo. What kind of people are we? That place looks like it has been attacked by coronavirus. Stay away please!!

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