Welcome to Rotary Club of OnigbongboThe Rotary Club of Onigbongbo was admitted into membership of Rotary International on 24th September 1982. The club started with 34 charter members. It currently has in its fold 29 members.
Welcome Address by the Club PresidentRtn. Salau Rasaq
The journey of a thousand years start with a step in the right direction, we are all alive to witness this day that we are celebrating the four decades of service to humanity. The seed planted on Thursday 8th July 1982, at Beach Comber Night club, Maryland Estate by the then District Governor and today’s Chairman, PDG Julius Adelusi Adeluyi, Late PDG Babs Ajayi (District Extension Chair), Late Rotarian Hon. Justice Adeoba, Late PDG Oluwole Folarin, PP Romeo Baberopoulos of Rotary Club of Ikeja, PDG Banjo Solaru of RC Ilupeju, District Governor Special Representative Wole Thompson and other chartered members of the Club had sprouted greatly to become a tree. Kudos to you all (Recognition of chartered members present and a minute silence in honour of all the late members).
Abhijit Naska once said “make your existence a cynosure of service”. Rotary Club of Onigbongbo has weathered many storms, gone through thick and thin, yet standing tall amongst her peers because of our faith in Rotary core values which are Fellowship, Integrity, Diversity, Service and Leadership. We have been privileged to have every leadership of the Club and members lay more bricks on the foundation each year.
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Sanwo-Olu’s Wife Lays Foundation Stone of Rotary Primary Health Post in Irawo
Dr Ibijoke Sanwo-Olu, wife of Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State, on Thursday December 22, 2022, laid the foundation stone of Rotary primary health post in Irawo. Irawo town is a sprawling community in Owode, Ikorodu area of Lagos State with a population of over 200,000 people. There is no health centre in the community. […]
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