Rotary Club of Abuja Gateway, District 9125 has, at the weekend, held the investiture ceremony of its 4th president, Samuel Nina and fundraising of her club projects for the next one year in Kubwa.
Nina, in her speech, promised to improve lives of the community around Kubwa by providing maternal care, peace and conflict resolution programmes, adding that prison decongestion was also part of her area of focus.
“Rotary is a humanitarian organization. It is not a mandate for only Rotarians; it is something we all have to do, as part of Rotary areas of focus, which is peace resolution. We intend to host novelty matches between communities. Football helps foster unity and we hope to use that medium.”
She called on NGOs, associations and philanthropists to partner with the club to improve live of the common man.
The immediate past president of the club, Festus Agbazue described the new president as a dedicated member, adding that he is optimistic that she would carry the club to another level.
Agbazue added that his year was eventful with several projects carried out and as a result the club has maintained its position as an award winning chapter, while also assuring of his support to ensure that the new board record the same.
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