Rotary Club International, District 9125, is set to charter a new club in Abuja to deliver on meaningful and sustainable service within the territory, which is a major focus of the club.
Past district governor of club 9125, Joshua Hassan, who was a guest speaker at the inaugural meeting of provisional Rotary Club of Abuja (The Ambassadors), explained that most of the members are peace ambassadors, who are also professionals in various fields and businesses.
Hassan disclosed that District 9125 covers the whole of the southeast, northeast sub region, northwest sub region, north central sub region and some clubs in the southwest and as such, there is need for more clubs to be chartered to bring in more hands.
Also speaking, a chartered member of the club, Ozuem Esiri, explained that the inaugural meeting was meant to bring together friends and family who share the same ideas and are committed to bringing more people to service.
Another intending member, Jerome Aruokhai, explained, “I have heard about the Rotary club and their projects are laudable. I am here to charter a club with others here, I believe charity is one of the ways to ensure development in the society.”
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