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In Awka, Nwozor becomes Rotary Club’s new president

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ANAMBRA State Sector Commander of the Federal Road Safety  Corp, Andrew Kumapayi  has commended the Rotary Club, for installing a new president to pilot the affairs of the club.

  Kumapayi  who  was also the chairman of the occasion expressed his gratitude to the newly installed leader, Rtn Abuchi Nwozor, described him as a friend of FRSC .

 “He has assisted us in propagating a safety massages as a journalist. The Rotary Club of Awka, UNIZIK have in few days ago participated in planting about 200 trees in the state, distributed face mask in this COVID 19 period and have a lot of programs that will benefit the people of Anambra State. So they need to be encouraged and I want to assure the club that the Federal Road Safety Corp will always support their programs”.

     He further noted that for the safety of the citizens during the raining seasoning, his members have started daily public education at the motor parks, garages, and other public places to sensitise the masses on the precaution they need to take at this period including their individual roles on the road as pedestrians, car drivers and tricyclists, check the parts of the vehicle before leaving and also to ensure their maximum compliance of the COVID 19 protocols.

 The newly installed president,  Rtn. Abuchi Nwozor described Rotary as an organisation known for doing good in the world, obtained from the men and women of goodwill who committed their time, talent and treasure to ensure infrastructural availabilities in their various communities such as good water, sanitation and proper hygiene, provision of basic education, promotion of peace building and conflict resolution, ensure maternal and child health among others.

 He thank the club members for the confidence reposed on him as one who was found worthy to lead them and ensure that ‘Rotary Opens Opportunities’ for the needy, the downtrodden and the have-nots in the society . He also appreciated his wife Mrs Ginika Abuchi Nwozor for her immense support as well as the family, friends and associates for being present to promote the good works of Rotary.

  In his word, “Rotary is not money making organisation rather it is where you will use your talent and resources to touch other people’s life. I solicit for your generous support towards actualisation of our club project for this rotary year in our communities which included; disease prevention and free medical outreach, provision of study desk for  schools, training and empowerment of indigent women and youths, sinking of boreholes in many communities, world polio day, immunisation and rally; construction of toilet facility in public schools for good hygiene”.

  In his address, Rtn. Kanayochukwu Obidigbo who said that the guiding principle of Rotary is the Four Way Test which comprises  the things we ‘Think, Say Or Do’ and can be applied profitably in relationship with others  in the community, home, business, national and international.  He added that the objective of the club is to encourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise.

 He also explained thus; “we have impacted beyond our immediate environment which earned the club 2019 to 2020 presidential citation signed by the Connect Rotary International President, Mark Maloney”.

 The event featured Commissioner of Police CP John Abang represented by the Deputy Commissioner of Police, DCP Chris Ezike, the royal father of the day, His Royal Majesty Igwe Ugochukwu Romanus of Nise, the Assistant Governor (AG) of zone 7, Rtn. Emma Nnagbo among others. 

  Highlights of the occasion included presentation of award to the distinguished personalities.

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