The Inspector General of Police (IGP) Felix Namuhoranye met with the Police men and women Volleyball clubs, on Tuesday, November 21, and commended the players for the remarkable performance in various local and regional competitions.
IGP Namuhoranye thanked them for the winning spirit and being result oriented.
The two Police volleyball teams have won combined nine trophies this year.
The men’s volleyball team won five competitions. These include the just concluded Africa Zone V Club Championship 2023, the 2023 Kampala Amateur Volleyball Club (KAVC), Rutsindura Memorial Tournament, Kirehe Open and Kayumba memorial tournament.
The women volleyball club also won four trophies, namely; Kayumba memorial tournament, Genocide Memorial, Liberation Cup, and Taxpayer’s Appreciation Volleyball Cup.
The two Police clubs will be among the teams that will represent Rwanda in the Africa Club Championship, one of the most prestigious Volleyball tournaments, expected to be played next year.
“Rwanda National Police will continue to support you to build on your triumph and to remain competitive clubs,” IGP Namuhoranye said.
Olivier Ntagengwa, the captain of the Police men’s volleyball club, thanked the RNP leadership for the support, which plays a key role in their triumph.
His counterpart of the women club, Judith Hakizimana, said that the RNP support, disciplined and determined players have helped them to be a winning team.