B-Club host ‘Corporate Night’

Friday September 4 was ‘Corporate Night’, thanks to B-Club that dedicated the night to all the ‘corporate people’, who are always at their best to rebuild the image of the country in the aftermath of the 1994 Rwanda Genocide against the Tutsi.
Bralirwa staff at B-Club.
Bralirwa staff at B-Club.

Friday September 4 was ‘Corporate Night’, thanks to B-Club that dedicated the night to all the ‘corporate people’, who are always at their best to rebuild the image of the country in the aftermath of the 1994 Rwanda Genocide against the Tutsi.

Bold and courageous corporate women ‘let their hair down’ and partied the night away alongside their men counterparts.

It was indeed a special night for corporate identities, and right from the door, special treatment was accorded them. For starters, they were not subjected to the usual entry fee of Rwf5000.

And this was not all, because a complementary of cheerful ushers awaited them as they were ushered in, and the ‘comp’ drinks kept flowing until 1am!

The ambience was enhanced by the riveting sounds of the best music over the ages. DJ Kagame (DJ Focus’s little brother) and Uganda’s UK based DJ Apeman didn’t disappoint anyone. They kept the revellers on their feet throughout the night.

There was as wide a range of music as there were varieties, from the oldies, R&B, hip hop, salsa, and Afro reggae.

The night was celebrated under the theme: “Who said you can’t network, do business, and have fun...”

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