EDITORIAL:B-Club face lift is good for the entertainment industry

The reopening of B-Club is set to improve Rwanda’s nightlife. And as Rwanda emerges to become a steady member of the East African Community (EAC), it’s very keen towards competition at all levels; social, economical and political.

The reopening of B-Club is set to improve Rwanda’s nightlife. And as Rwanda emerges to become a steady member of the East African Community (EAC), it’s very keen towards competition at all levels; social, economical and political.

Social and business activities have been booming increasingly for the last 15-years. Average entertainment hangouts, including nightspots are blossoming to boost the country’s nightlife.

The fact that a big percentage of Rwandans enjoy fancy hangouts, and willing to spend huge sums of money, they have embarked on opening up high-quality happening places in the country, instead of traveling miles in search for why to spend a weekend, or holiday.

So, if you thought that Rwanda’s nightlife is a bore, you are mistaken. There is this B-Club which has reopened with a reloaded structure and standards services.

The business complex, owned by one of the country’s billionaire, Barry Ndengeyingoma, has a posh discotheque, modern lounge-bar, and restaurant. Other theme events, including monthly ladies nights, poetry night, jazz & blues night, oldies night, East and West African night, and Latino nights.

The club, which reopened yesterday, July 31, tops the list of nightclubs in Kigali.

Now, if you have been spending your weekends outside Kigali, do not waste your time and money anymore because you can still enjoy yourself to the maximum while in Kigali.

Rwanda has also been generous in sharing its social and economic advantages with the other EAC member countries in the spirit of greater EAC cooperation.

This is why the management of the newly reopened discotheque has hired Ugandan DJs to spin the machines.

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