Agblevor elated to ‘punish’ Rayon

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Agblevor elated to 'punish' Rayon
Agblevor elated to 'punish' Rayon

Africa-Press – Rwanda. Musanze FC’s Peter Agblevor says he had long harbored a motive of scoring against Rayon Sports and the striker is elated that he finally did it at the right time.

The Ghanaian striker had trials with the Blues in September 2021 but was ignored by then coach Juma Masudi. He later joined Etoile de l’Est after they were promoted to the top flight league.

Agblevor, who insists he is good enough to feature for Rayon, netted the first goal as Musanze beat the Blues 2-0 at Ubworoherane Stadium on Sunday, November 27.

“I wanted to punish Rayon Sports and teach them a lesson. I think this was the accurate time and I just did it,” the 19-year-old told Times Sport.

“I had always wanted to show them I am better than all the strikers they signed after the 2021 season,” he added.

The Ghanaian centre forward so far has five goals and four assists to his name as he sets eyes on the 2022/23 Rwanda Premier League golden boot.

“My target is to win the top scorer award and I believe I can do it. I will keep pushing and, with hard work and prayers, my will become a reality,” he noted.

BPR Bank Rwanda Plc as part of its brand outreach activities, has sponsored the PMC Golf Open 2022, as the tournament’s main sponsor for the 2nd year running. BPR Bank, and its parent company KCB Group have been involved in the development of golf in Rwanda for over 10 years.

During this time, the bank has taken particular interest in supporting the PMC Open, which is an event organized primarily by members of Kigali Golf Club. The tournament has taken shape over the years with BPR Bank playing its part in supporting the growth and evolution of the sport.

November 26, 2022 marks six years since the first ever PMC golf Championship was staged in Kigali Rwanda by a small group of golfers looking to blend the fun of playing the game with a cheerful contest.

Bernard Muasya, Head of Finance at BPR Bank, hailed the partnership existing between BPR Bank and Kigali Golf Club in organizing two successful editions of the PMC Golf Open.

BPR Bank, and its parent company KCB Group have been involved in the development of golf in Rwanda for over 10 years.

“The bank is proud to yet again partner with Kigali Golf Club in hosting the PMC Open 2022. This tournament is an exhibition of BPR Bank values; simple, inspiring and friendly,” Muasya said.

“I am happy to note that this has been the highest Golf tournament participation and attendance this year. Our involvement in developing golf in Rwanda will be long term as we continue to witness the game’s resurgence in the country,” he added.

Anthony Ocwit is one of the members of the team that organised the PMC Golf Open 2022.

With the bank’s support, he said, the tournament has potential to attract a wide range of people to have interest in the sport and hence grow the game in terms of audience and competition.

Speaking during the awards ceremony for the just-concluded tournament Saturday, November 26, at Kigali Golf Club, the organizer said, “The Golf competition is small here as compared to other countries. This club is just a year old and we want it to grow through organizing such tournaments. We want new members to come in”

The awards ceremony for the just-concluded

tournament Saturday, November 26, at Kigali

Golf Club.

“Playing golf does not only improve people’s health, it also brings about socialization and networking. You get to meet top professionals in various fields,” he further explained.

The awards ceremony saw various winners recognized with plaques as well as additional prize vouchers from sponsors for them to enjoy their products.

Part of the proceeds raised from the competition will be used to support a charitable cause close to the community in which Piga Mingi Crew (PMC) is based.

Founded in 1975, BPR Bank Rwanda Plc (a member of KCB Group Plc) is a commercial bank regulated by the National Bank of Rwanda operating with a Network of 84 branches, 70 Outlets, a Corporate and Advantage Center, over 100 ATMs, 2500 banking agents and merchants.

Bernard Muasya, Head of Finance at BPR Bank speaks at the warding event

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