The proposed investment would support 3B Group of Hotels (“3B” or “the Company”), one of Rwanda’s leading ecotourism groups, to expand its network of mid-tier lodging in Rwanda with investment in: (i) the completion of a 30-room Akagera Safari Camp in the Lakes District in the Eastern Province of Rwanda, (ii) the acquisition, refurbishment and putting into operation of the Nobilis Hotel, a 61-room hotel in Kigali and (iii) the introduction of a modern management information system (the “Project”).
The 3B Group consists of five separate companies, each 50-50% owned by Mr. Paul Muvunyi and his wife Mrs. Yvonne Impundu, a family of Rwandan entrepreneurs.
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