About RC Onigbongbo
Rotary Club of Onigbongbo was admitted into membership of Rotary International on 24th September, 1982. The club started with 34 chartered members among whom are Rtn. Wole Thompson (Chartered President), Rtn. Bayo Adebusuyi, Rtn. Dele Ogundele, Rtn. I. C Uchendu, Rtn. Doja Adewolu, Rtn. Ayo Sangosanya, Rtn. Tony Nkowontha, Rtn. Tunde Onakoya, Rtn. Segun George and Rtn. Jide Awolesi.
The Club is located within what is officially described as Ilupeju/Onigbongbo territory, approximate geographical coordinates of point A are longitude 03 degree 22’00 degree East and Latitude06 degree 3’10’ north, having the population of about 1.2 million inhabitants.
The Club currently has 29 members.
Over the years, the club has made a laudable achievement in humanitarian and philanthropic services to schools, hospital, orphanage homes and communities which include but not limited to the following projects:
- Construction of School hall for Victory High School, Ikeja Lagos
- Adult literacy Program for members of Onigbongbo Community.
- Donations to SCIAN Centre
- Annual Visit on Xmas day and donation to Federal Neuron Psychiatric Hospital, Yaba, Lagos
- Monthly free Medical Clinic for members of Onigbongbo Community.
- Provision of clean and portable water to various communities.
- Reconstruction of school toilets at Wright Memorial Primary School, Somolu, Lagos.
- Donations of Materials and scholarships to orphans at Red Cross Orphanage Home
- Donation of Sick Bay to Somolu Secondary School
- Acquisition of Medical Portal Cabin through Global grant for Okungbolu Community, Ifo, Ogun State.
- Construction of Modern Chemistry Laboratory for Immaculate Heart Senior Secondary School, Maryland, Lagos.
- Donation of Test books to Immaculate Heart comprehensive Junior Secondary School, Maryland, Lagos.
- Screening and provisions of free Eye glasses.
- Free Screening of members of Onigbongbo community of Hepatitis B&C and treatment.
- Provisions of free medical test and drugs to inhabitants on Onigbongbo Community during Rotary Family Health Days.
- Skill Acquisition on Soap making for inhabitant of Onigbongbo Community.
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