This is neither intended to offend other nightclubs around, nor was I bribed to say so—but to reveal the bitter truth.
Kigali’s social has changed, probably because Rwanda joined the East African Community, and our business tycoons are trying to borrow a leaf from their counterparts from the member states.
Anyway, before I deviate from the subject, it is apparent that though all nightclubs around are doing their best to justify the reason why they should be considered as nightclubs, B-Club tops the rest of other nightclubs, in terms of entertainment and innovativeness.
The club has introduced special themes every week, including “Ladies’ Night, Golden Oldies, Campus Night, and now the Corporate Nite”, and each event equally attracts a huge number of club goers.
Located in Nyarutarama, a suburb of Kigali, B-Club, on Friday will host the first ever “End of Year Corporate Night” in Kigali, an event sponsored by Heineken.
“It’s going to be one of the biggest events B-Club has ever organized, and our aim is to bring together Rwandan business people, and help them brand their products through interacting,” said Remmy Lubega of B-Club. Lubega added that, because Saturday, is “Golden Oldies Night”.
All diehards of the 70s, 80s, and 90s music will be treated to their best hits. Deejays; Christer and Didier will spin the machines.The event will start at 8 p.m.