GIDAN GIMBA, Nasarawa (Sundiata Post)– The Rotary Club of Abuja CBD led by its president, Ms Anne Uche Obi on Saturday performed an outreach programme at its embraced neighborhood, Gidan Gimba in Nasarawa State.
The program remained in launched by the club in Ceremony of the International Women’s Day 2022.
The Rotary team showed up the neighborhood at about 11 am to the warm welcome of a passionate neighborhood led by their conventional ruler, the Esu Gidan Gimba, in whose palace the event occurred.
Ms Evelyn Onyilo, a Past Assistant Governor, District 9125 and existing membership chair of the club, introduced members of the Rotary Club of Abuja group present made up of Uche Obi, the president; Ms Salome Garba, Charter President of the club and Director of Social Work; Rotarian Ezekiel Zang, a retired Assistant Inspector General of Authorities; Rotarian Karls Tsokar, Rotarian Jesse Yuan and Rotarian Ene Onyilo.
The remainder of the Rotary Club of Abuja present were Rotarian Galam Oyinlola Lung-Ya, Rotarian Helen Bassey, Rotarian Aisha Ali, secretary and President Nominee, Rotarian Nancy Nneka Ibekwe, Rotarian Katherine Phillip Adamu, MFR; Rotarian Max Amuchie, treasurer and incoming president of the club and Madam Gloria, the soap making trainer.
In her speech, Uche Obi told individuals of Gidan Gimba that her team was there to get 10 ladies chosen for the job undergo training on how to produce soap in a business scale. She added that the females would likewise get financial gift to allow them start the business.
Obi said it was the club’s method of making sure that ladies were economically empowered to contribute meaningfully to their respective families and to the country in general.
She concluded by saying that food items, clothing and other products would be distributed to all the ladies present and their children.
In his action, the emperor thanked the Rotary Club of Abuja CBD and informed individuals that the team was not from any political celebration or government, however people who had come to assist the community due to the fact that of their love for humankind.
The Rotary Club of Abuja likewise made a requirements evaluation of what areas of intervention it could help the community. The club, accompanied by the traditional ruler, went to the school and saw that just one class block is standing in the school.
The Esu of Gidan Gimba then revealed the club the part of land where the classroom block ought to be constructed. The club announced that it would carry out the construction of two toilets rapidly while work on the classroom block would done new Rotary Year, which begins July 1.
The outreach programme was co-ordinated by a committee headed by Rotarian Salome Garba as community service director. Other members of committee are Evelyn Onyilo, Ibrahim Audu, Ene Onyilo, Aisha Ali and Max Amuchie.