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Mike Chimombe: Hospitality is my new calling

Mike Chimombe: Hospitality is my new calling. The dynamic pair was in the capital for an exclusive party where it left Harare’s big spenders clamouring for more. However, the attention was on Affirmative Action Group (AAG) president Chimombe, who hosted the visitors.

Businessman and socialite, Mike Chimombe, says hospitality runs in his DNA after successfully hosting top South African wheel-spinners, DJ Maphorisa and Kabza, at Pabloz over the weekend.

He seems to have lived up to his word that he would continue hosting international celebrities who have the potential to put Zimbabwe on the world map.

Chimombe, who was recently trolled on social media over his role in fashionista Daniella’s US$500k ‘‘green wedding’’ where she paraded her Nigerian husband Igho “Tiny” Ubiribo, whose entourage featured superstar Davido, said: “We had fun at Pabloz and I will not be shy to host our brothers and sisters from other countries because hospitality runs in my DNA. It was indeed a great event where we were entertained by our fellows in the sub-region and we won’t stop supporting them.

Mike Chimombe

“I won’t lose sleep over the social media trolls and I will continue doing my best using my influence.” Added Chimombe: “As a nation, we must always learn to be hospitable people who appreciate each other. “Of course, I am a successful businessman who has a busy schedule but I always find time to party with my peers.

“Our South African brothers came and they had fun with us which is needed in any society.” Similar sentiments were echoed by Pabloz manager, DJ Raydizz, who described DJ Mamporisa’s show as a huge success.

“It was indeed a good event where guests had fun. We will continue holding more similar events where we invite international guests to ensure that we give fans something they will always cherish. “We will soon avail our gig guide of the month or so to ensure that we keep guests posted.”

Mike Chimombe and friends

Prior to this event, the upmarket joint hosted King 98’s 24th birthday, which attracted the capital’s A-listers. Over the years, the venue has played host to a number of foreign acts, among them top South African rapper Nasty C.

Source – H-Metro

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