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 Blackburn Rovers have welcomed representatives from the Rwandan Government’s Workforce Development Authority to Ewood Park.

The guests were on a four-day trip to the UK to develop potential partnerships with a number of training institutions in the country’s capital Kigali.

The Rwandan government recently signed a £6.5m contract with Blackburn College, who had teamed up with the club’s Community Trust for the special visit.

The delegates were particularly interested to see the facilities on offer at Blackburn Rovers Enterprise Centre, which is housed in the Darwen End and provides managed business accommodation at affordable rates.

 
 
 
 
 
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