BBA Finance Year One &Two Crowned Interdepartmental Football Champions

During the interdepartmental sports competitions which were conducted at the University of Rwanda-Gikondo Campus students in the Bachelor of Business Administration with Specialization in Finance (Year one and Two) were crowned champions in football after beating their counterparts in the Bachelor of Science in Accounting on penalty shots of 5 against 4. Female Law Students also won the basketball tropghy after beating their colleagues of School of Journalism and communication.

BBA Finance giants lifted up interdepartmental trophy after beating BSC Accounting on penalty shots

BSC Accounting scored their first goal however BBA Finance equalized it after just five minutes later. Both teams were thirsty of getting a second goal but BSC Accounting went on coming first and scored the second goal. Before the first half close, BBA Finance equalized.

It was a fantastic night for BBA Finance. they were tremendously hilarious after winning the trophy

Vice-chancellor of University of Rwanda, Prof.Philip cotton, initiated the final game as he wished both teams success

Inter departmental games were introduced in university of Rwanda, Gikondo campus with numerous intentions, including bumping up student’s mutual relationship and unity amongst them, selecting the best players who can join Gikondo campus football team and the like as minister of sports Charles Shyaka revealed.“the aims of these games are to build an outstanding relationship and unity among the students and selecting the best players in this competition who can join campus team.” Charles said

Fellow students were at the pitch in plenty supporting their teams

Iradukunda Olivier named the best player of interdepartmental football games 2018 rewarded by vice guild president, SEZIBERA Janet

According to minister of sports in Gikondo campus, these games will be annually played. Additionally, in April 2018 they look forward to organizing club’s competition in both basketball and football (men and female).

By Josue Ndayikunda

Students in Journalism