The Club also reconstructed a Police Traffic Post at the Aso Savings junction.
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The Rotary International has charged women to practise exclusive breastfeeding of their babies in view of its inherent benefits to the health of the child and mother.
The Rotary Club of Abuja Federal and the Silver Cross Hospital, Abuja, have organised free medical outreach for no fewer than 200 women and children in Kpaduma community in the FCT.
Also to grace the Investiture are: the former Managing Director of First Bank Merchant Bank, Chief (Dr.) Chilo Offiah, former General Manager of Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, Barrister (Dr.) David Ogbodo, Dr. Jeff Nnamani and Prince Okenna Afamefuna.
According to the club’s President, Rotarian Adebukunola Soile-Balogun, who spoke at the Official Investiture of the Board of Directors over the weekend, the projects outlined for the Rotary year that began on 1 July would cost over N32 million.
Alli was speaking shortly after his investiture as the 11th President of the Abuja Maitama District 9125 of the club.
This is contained in a statement by the Command PRO, DSC Aminu Suleman, made available to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Saturday in Benin, the capital city.
Little wonder, he made a mince meat of his assignments to the admiration of his superiors and subordinates.
Speaking during his installation as the 36th President of Rotary Club of Akowonjo, Rotarian (Engr.) Victor Amaraegbu, expressed great delight at the patnership with Faadaakaa and expressed happiness following numerous promises made towards the club’s planned projects by public spirited individuals and organisations that graced the club’s installation event which took place at the exquisite Oranmiyan Hall of the Lagos Airport Hotel, Ikeja recently.
The president gave the commendation when he received Rotary International President, Shekhar Mehta and some officials, at the State House, Abuja on Monday.
The ceremony which took place last Sunday at the Sheraton Hotels and Suites in Ikeja also witnessed the induction of the new board for the Rotary 2021/2022 year as well as presentation of awards to Rotarians and non-Rotarians, including 50 years of Rotary to Chief Olusegun Osunkeye.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the hospital being constructed , referred to as the organisations’ “Star Project”, will be delivered within nine months.
Speaking at the Presidential Handover Ceremony and Awards Night which took place recently at the Lagos Airport Hotel, Ikeja, the new president of Rotary Club of Akowonjo, Rotarian Victor Amaraegbu, said that in continuing with the good work past presidents of the club had done for over 35 five years, especially his predecessor, Rotarian Olamide Abegunde, he would make the club proud by ensuring that all the areas of focus for Rotary are adequately covered with quality projects and programmes within the year.
She said polio is not a death sentence and victims should be assisted to live in a normal way.
The installation ceremony, which took place in Sheraton Hotel, Ikeja, Lagos, also afforded families and friends the opportunity to join the ceremony virtually and also witness the induction of the Board of Directors for the new Rotary year.
Egbo, who is the fifth President of the club, made the presentation during her investiture at a colourful ceremony held in Jos.
Led by the Club’s Opportunities President, Rotarian Dotun Lampejo, members of the Rotary Club of Ikeja donated food supplies, adult diapers, cleaning items and personal hygiene supplies to the residents of the Modupe Cole Memorial Home care and treatment home for children living with disabilities.
The presentation of the items, which included hair drier and hair washing station, sewing machines and grinder, took place during the first official visit of the Governor of Rotary International District 9110, Bola Oyebade, to Rotary Club of Ikeja
He took over from Rotarian OIumuyiwa Fagbola, President for the 2019/2020 Rotary year.
The Rotary Club International, Egbe District 9110 on Saturday donated medical equipment and consumables to the Alimosho General Hospital in Lagos.